Author Archives: Tricia Perduk

A Winning Attitude

There’s nothing like the support of those around you to help you reach goals. That’s exactly what one local middle-schooler uses to work toward his current and future goals. Read More ›

Youth Transition Pilot Program: First year of success

What happens when local organizations come together to accomplish a common goal? Teens with disabilities benefit. Thanks to two out-of-the-box-thinking school districts and a collaborative spirit from local disability organizations, local teens now have real, hands-on experience – experience that will help them find jobs after graduation and into adulthood. Read More ›

Remote Monitoring Services: A path to independence and autonomy

When you hear the term remote monitoring services, what do you think of? Cameras? Robots? Big Brother? While remote monitoring services cover a variety of tech and non-tech tools, it is anything but science fiction. Remote monitoring services provide individuals more freedom and independence, while maintaining safety. Read More ›

Developmental Screenings

Every Parents wants a Good Life for Their Child

A child’s path to success begins long before school starts. Often, delays are not recognized until elementary school or later. Early detection of delays and Early Intervention (EI) services can put many children on a typically developing path. Read More ›

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