Author Archives: Tricia Perduk

One Little Boy, One Big Impact on a Community

Shon and Brittany Christy have four beautiful children. Beckett, their youngest, was born with Down syndrome. When the Christy family got the diagnosis, they went online to learn more. “All we found were negative resources, and all we heard was what he’s not going to do,” Shon remembered. “But the reality was just the opposite.” Read More ›

Summit DD Enhances Online Security

With so much of our daily lives spent online these days, it’s important to do what you can to protect personal information. Identity theft is always a threat online, but there are a number of ways to lower your risk. Fortunately, Summit DD has put a new security measure in place to help. Read More ›

Summit DD Collaborations with Our Community

Summit DD partners with other organizations to strengthen and enhance its support for adults and children with developmental disabilities. Below are updates on two of the Agency’s current partnerships.  Read More ›

Visionary Partner Offers Innovative Idea

Summit DD’s Transportation department recently began a project regarding cameras on the Agency’s buses.  The security company shocked us by not only solving the need for quality security, but also offering an idea that furthers the Agency’s vision of inclusion and integrated employment.  How did Media 144 Security Solutions do this? The owners suggested using this project as an opportunity for vocational exploration.  Their remarkable idea is now providing hands-on training that could lead to competitive employment. Read More ›

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