Category Archives: Blog

Cailin’s Story: Over a Decade of Dedication

Did you know that nationwide, nearly 3.8 million people are employed at fast food restaurants? As of 2018, the average employee turnover rate has reached 150%. Which means a restaurant that employs 20 people can expect to see 30 different workers in the span of just a year. However, this statistic doesn’t include passionate and dedicated employees like Cailin. She’s been a McDonald’s employee for over 14 years and has enjoyed every minute of it! Read More ›

October Awareness: Disability Employment Awareness

October is known for Breast Cancer Awareness Month. But did you know that October is also National Disability Employment Awareness Month? National Disability Employment Awareness Month (NDEAM) is a time to recognize and celebrate what people of all abilities have to offer in the workforce. Read More ›

Chelsea’s Quest: Knocking Down Barriers for the Blind

Advocacy and self-determination are an important part of life for people with disabilities. They are crucial skills to learn and practice to ensure that a person gets the right support. For some, advocacy is a learning process. For others, it’s just part of who they are. Chelsea is one of those people who has always been a driving force in her own life. Now she wants to pave the way for others, too.  Read More ›

2018 Fall and Winter Activity Guide

Looking for fun activities to get you through the fall and winter seasons? Well you’re in luck, because we compiled this comprehensive list with loads of exciting events and activities to choose from. Be sure to visit this page often, because we’ll keep it updated throughout the remainder of the year! Read More ›

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