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indoor fun

indoor fun

It is hard to find things to do indoors without going stir-crazy! During this trying time that we are all facing, here are some fun activities for you and/or the family to do together or just by yourself all while trying to stay busy. Live streams for kids, including art lessons, Home Safari from a […]

Clay Ornament Recipes

Clay Ornament Recipes

Sometimes a personal gift is that makes a difference to someone in your life! Here are two different recipes to use and brighten up your loved one’s holiday! Make sure to click the links to see the original posts! Ornament Dough ( https://www.allrecipes.com/recipe/9528/ornament-dough/) Recipe 4 Cups of all-purpose flour 1 cup of salt 1 ½ […]

Seasonal depression and how to cope

Seasonal depression and how to cope

“Seasonal affective disorder (SAD) is a type of depression that’s related to changes in seasons — SAD begins and ends at about the same times every year.” (2017). Seasonal affective disorder can affect anyone and should not be taken lightly. Usually it starts in the Fall and ends in early winter, and sometimes it can […]

The Samuel Allen Law

Texas Senate Bill 976, or The Samuel Allen Law was created to “allow a person with a Communication Impediment (subcategory: Autism, Asperger Syndrome, Deafness, Hearing Impairment, PTSD, Parkinson’s Disease, Mild Intellectual Disability and more) the option for disclosure when registering their vehicle through the Texas DMV.” (2019).             Samuel’s law all started with a mother and son […]

aggie achieve

When you think Texas A&M, what pops into your head? Football? The rivalry between UT and A&M? The 12th man? When you think about A&M you should think about Aggie ACHIEVE. Aggie ACHIEVE (Academic Courses in Higher Inclusive Education and Vocational Experiences) is a four-year inclusive degree program for individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities […]

Autism

What is Autism? What comes to mind when you hear the word autism? Some people might say “tantrums”, “loud outbursts”, or “violent”, but none of those make up an individual with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). Until you have worked with someone with ASD or personally know someone, you might have a distorted perception of the […]

Cerebral Palsy

Cerebral Palsy

Understanding Cerebral Palsy I never knew I wanted to work with individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities until I started working at Community Health and Wellness. As a Regional Care Coordinator, one of my job duties is reading the client summary notes from their therapy sessions, and it is amazing being able to read the […]

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