May 24, 2012
by Sara Croft | 5 Comments
Natalie Miller discusses how the driver training program at Easter Seals Crossroads enhanced her independence.
May 21, 2012
Written by Andrew Brockman, who serves on the board for GAIN and is a guest blogger for Easter Seals Crossroads.
May 16, 2012
Today's camp spotlight blog is about Julie Ramirez, a returning staff member for CampAbility.
May 16, 2012
Stuart Maloney was deprived of oxygen when he was born and suffered brain damage. At eighteen months of age, he was diagnosed with cerebral palsy. Through his writing, Stuart aspires to tackle the stigma of disability and show that people with disabilities can live full lives.
May 15, 2012
The last time you attended a class, seminar, workshop or conference, did you find that you learned, not only from the presenter, but also by having conversations with fellow participants, asking questions and forging relationships that continued beyond the training?
May 10, 2012
Picture this; a nine-year-old boy, lying unconscious, in a coma, in a hospital room for six weeks. The picture is bleak. The chance of a normal life outside of the hospital is small.
May 9, 2012
We bet you didn't know that the nurses in our Adult Day Center have over 125 combined years of experience! In honor of Nurse Appreciation Week, we wanted to highlight these dedicated and caring staff members:
May 7, 2012
Today's camp staff spotlight is about Tricia Schutz, a returning staff member for CampAbility. Tricia is graduating from Purdue University this May with a degree in Speech Language Pathology and is enrolled at Southern Illinois University this fall for graduate school. At Purdue she served as the PanHellenic Associations Vice President of Recruitment and on Purdue's Dance Marathon Riley D committee. One of Tricia's outstanding acheivements includes being a member of the Barbara Cook Chapter of Mortar Board, an honor society for the top 40 seniors at Purdue! Here she discusses why she returns to Camp Ability.
May 1, 2012
A local advocacy group, INDYCOG, is asking for your help to get a Complete Streets ordinance in Indianapolis. Complete Streets guidelines could impact everyone: cyclists, people with disabilities, pedestrians, and drivers.