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Monthly Archives: April 2023

Inclusive Barbie!

Posted on April 27th, 2023

Inclusive Barbie! Hooray for representation and inclusion! Later this month, a Barbie doll with Down syndrome will make its debut! She will be in good company. Mattel continues to offer a diverse selection, including dolls with hearing aids, wheelchairs, alopecia, and vitiligo. The 2023 collection will also feature a Ken doll with a prosthetic leg. …
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Celebrating Autism Awareness Month

Posted on April 26th, 2023

Celebrating Autism Awareness Month SCI celebrates you! We celebrate differences that makes us all unique and we actively work daily to empower and provide opportunities for those we support to make their own choices and decisions for their life. Autism Acceptance Month is ending, but our charge to make a difference never will. Visit SCI’s …
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Shoutout Jackie and Mike!

Posted on April 24th, 2023

Shoutout Jackie and Mike! Shoutout Jackie and Mike, two incredible Service Coordinators, for their commitment to our people first approach! “Thank you for your professionalism, care and support,” said Sally, Stepmother of Zach, a person we support.


Posted on April 20th, 2023

#DisabilityAdvocacy SCI believes that education is essential. Our Coordination of Community Services program educates, informs and supports people to make choices and decisions based on their needs, in addition to educating the public. “Educating the community and supporting knowledge and awareness of people with disabilities is part of our responsibility as advocates,” said Kathy, SCI’s …
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Happy Earth Day!

Posted on April 20th, 2023

Happy Earth Day! Did you know that SCI makes a difference in more ways than one? Our mobile workforce uses environmentally friendly technologies, creating less paper waste. Our case managers work in their communities which reduces commute times, lowers carbon emissions, and allows more time with the people we support in addition to helping the …
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Stop and Smell the Roses

Posted on April 18th, 2023

Stop and Smell the Roses Have you stopped and smelled the roses lately? April is National Garden Month. This weekend, enjoy the beautiful spring weather, learn about different types of flowers, or even start your own garden. Every day, SCI helps the people we support enjoy activities in their community by sharing essential resources. Visit …
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Take a Break

Posted on April 12th, 2023

Take a Break Did you know that April is recognized as National Stress Awareness Month? Managing stress is an essential component of a healthy lifestyle. Knowing how to manage stress can improve mental and physical well-being as well as minimize exacerbation of health-related issues. Simple acts like taking small breaks throughout the day can have …
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Inclusivity in Sesame Street

Posted on April 11th, 2023

Inclusivity in Sesame Street Sesame Street continues its mission to create inclusive entertainment and learning opportunities for all children. In conjunction with their many Autism initiatives that promote resources and services for children with disabilities and their families, Sesame Street’s “Sesame Workshop” has introduced storybooks on their website that include characters with disabilities, including those …
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Celebrating World Health Day

Posted on April 8th, 2023

Celebrating World Health Day Everyday SCI helps connect the people we support to resources and services that promote good health. In honor of World Health Day, we share a few stories from the people we support. Charles Thanks to Marjorie, his SCI Supports Planner, Charles now lives in his own apartment and enjoys a greater …
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The Parent Center Hub

Posted on April 4th, 2023

The Parent Center Hub As we continue to provide the people we support and their families with available resources in their community, we share a resource for parents caring for children with disabilities. The Parent Center Hub is a website that shares articles, webinars, videos, and resources pertaining to topics surrounding children and their families …
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