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Kenneth’s Impact Story

Posted on April 1st, 2022

Kenneth’s Impact Story Like many people, Kenneth lost a beloved family member due to COVID-19. Shortly after moving from North Carolina to Maryland to live with his older sister, she soon contracted the virus and died. While grieving, the house he lived in was put up for sale, forcing him to look for a new …
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Charles’s Impact Story

Posted on March 24th, 2022

Charles’s Story   Charles has overcome many obstacles in his life, including an injury in Vietnam, addiction, and the loss of family members. Since they first met, his SCI Supports Planner, Marjorie, has worked hard to ensure Charles received the assistance and services required to make his life as independent as possible. Marjorie met Charles …
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March 2022 Reading List

Posted on March 4th, 2022

Reading for 2022!  Celebrate International Book Day by finding a new book to read! We put together a great list of titles that explore the challenges and triumphs of living with a disability. We hope this list ignites your continued joy of reading for 2022. Use our entire list or add a few titles to …
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Amber’s Impact Story

Posted on February 9th, 2022

Amber is a 45-year-old woman who lives in Baltimore County with her family.  Her life was forever changed in the winter of 2019 when a tractor-trailer struck the car she was driving with her son in tow.  Amber and her son both survived the accident, but she suffered extensive injuries.  Amber’s road to recovery was …
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Fall Reading List

Posted on October 8th, 2021

October is here – do you know what that means? We are in full swing with Back to School! The fall season is all about teachers and the children they teach so we have decided to focus on that with this reading list! All of the characters featured have a disability in this reading list …
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Back to School Resources for Individuals with Disabilities

Posted on September 15th, 2021

It’s September and that means back to school is here! Whether you’ve had your school supply shopping list done since June or you’re scrambling to sharpen those pencils and get those notebooks, we have some great additional resources to recommend as you head into another school year. After such an abnormal year, let’s make this …
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Carolyn’s Impact Story

Posted on August 27th, 2021

Carolyn’s Impact Story   Carolyn is “77 years young” and is a highly intelligent, delightful, and strong women residing in Temple Hills, Maryland. She is a shining leader in her community with an unshakable faith in her Christian beliefs. Carolyn has been through many challenges in her life. At the age of 50, she developed a brain aneurysm in the left lobe and five years later suffered …
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Taron’s Impact Story

Posted on August 4th, 2021

Taron’s Story   Taron currently lives independently in an apartment in Prince George’s County, Maryland thanks to Service Coordination. Taron is hardworking, motivated, and resilient! When Taron first started the process of receiving home and community-based services, he was in a nursing facility/rehab center. Following a car accident, Taron was admitted to rehab twice and became wheelchair bound. He is a strong advocate for himself and, during his second rehab stay, decided that he wanted to have more control over his life …
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SCI’s July Reading List

Posted on July 2nd, 2021

We’re kicking off July with our second reading list of the summer! From teaching us about ourselves and others to opening us up to new adventures, there is nothing like a good book. We have put together another summer reading list for this second month of summer to help you continue on your journey. If …
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Happy Father’s Day from SCI!

Posted on June 21st, 2021

Father’s Day is TODAY, and we want to recognize all the amazing dads and dad figures in our lives. We acknowledge and appreciate every dad, and through our work with the disabilities community, we also recognize the importance of fathers with disabilities and fathers of children with disabilities.    We admire your resilience, dedication, and ability …
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