Monthly Archives: October 2022

Be Safe, Be Aware, Be Kind: Tips for A Happy Halloween

Dressing up as a favorite superhero, trick-or-treating for goodies, and spending the evening with friends are just a few reasons why Halloween can be such a fun holiday for parents and children alike. However, for many children with autism this … Continue reading

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Reimagining Employment Opportunities for People with Disabilities in Our Region and Beyond

As we wind down National Disability Employment Awareness month, I read some statistics that tell us we still have a long way to go. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, 61 million adults in the U.S. live … Continue reading

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Dr. Barber’s Enduring Legacy of Faith, Hope, and Love

The Jefferson Educational Society, as part of its commitment to offering informative and enriching programming to our community, hosted a presentation on Wednesday, September 28 that centered on Dr. Gertrude Barber’s life and her journey to sainthood. I had the … Continue reading

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Together Against Bullying: United for Kindness, Acceptance, and Inclusion!

Unity Day is coming up on October 19, a day where schools and communities around the country will come together to take a stand against bullying. The call to action is to wear and share the color orange as a … Continue reading

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