June 26, 2013
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Campers who attend CampAbility South visited Center Grove High School on Wednesday, June 26th for a field trip with the Center Grove Trojans.

View photos from the field trip here!
June 19, 2013
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Photo recap of volunteers from Libery Mutual who spent their day in our wellness garden!
June 16, 2013
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Today's blog post was written by Kelly Pattison, a summer intern in the Advancement department. Kelly is assisting with outreach for the Make the First Five Count campaign. Here she tells us why she's an advocate for people with disabilities and why the Ages and Stages Questionnaire is so important.

June 13, 2013
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There are many amazing fathers and grandfathers who bring their children and families to Easter Seals Crossroads for therapy appointments, summer camps, Parents' Night Out and other services we offer. In honor of Father's Day, we approached a few dads to share some of their reasons for being so hands-on in their child's life.

June 12, 2013
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Assistive technology allows people to live independent lives, whether it's a small adaptation for enlarging the font on your computer screen to finding an augmentative and alternative communication device. While some adaptations and equipment are relatively inexpensive, items like hearing aids, Braille displays and environmental control units can be costly.

Read about the INDATA Project's Alternative Financing Program to find out how you can apply for a low-interest loan to purchase assistive technology.
June 11, 2013
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Tessa wraps-up Tap N Run, a 4K beer race, by sharing photos from the event and of our volunteers.
June 9, 2013
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seems to be just out of their reach. What would you do, grab it for them or ask if they need help?
The answer is to ask for permission to help someone rather than insist that they need your help. This is one of the 5 questions that Easter Seals challenges you to answer in their Disability Etiquette Questionnaire so that you can compare your answer with that of their disability etiquette experts.
June 4, 2013
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Do you ever wonder how to turn an educational or therapy activity into something fun? Visit My Toy Garden in Carmel, Indiana to see first hand how it can be possible.
June 2, 2013
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Since October 2012, I’ve been working with Ball State’s interior design program to enhance Easter Seals Crossroads’ 1st and 2nd floor lobbies and restrooms. Ball State interior design students assist partners statewide including retailers, hotels, offices, and nonprofits in need of design concepts for their spaces. Working in team, the students consult with clients and provide graphic solutions-everything from the layout of floor plans and ideas for lighting to suggestion for fixtures and furnishing that can then be executed by professional designers.