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STORIES

Jim loves his job!

Working at the YMCA has been life changing for Jim. He takes pride in his job and the staff at the Y says that it has never been cleaner.

This never could have happened if his direct support professional Terry, didn’t show him the way. Terry took Jim to work and worked side by side with him until he felt comfortable with all of his tasks. Jim’s favorite expression now is “I’ve got this” and he takes pride in learning new things. Next Jim worked with Terry to learn to take the bus to work on his own.

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Jim loves his job!

Working at the YMCA has been life changing for Jim. He takes pride in his job and the staff at the Y says that it has never been cleaner.

This never could have happened if his direct support professional Terry, didn’t show him the way. Terry took Jim to work and worked side by side with him until he felt comfortable with all of his tasks. Jim’s favorite expression now is “I’ve got this” and he takes pride in learning new things. Next Jim worked with Terry to learn to take the bus to work on his own.

Mandy joins her town’s soccer league!

When Amanda (Mandy) was a toddler I remember driving past the playgrounds where the youth soccer teams played and thinking that Mandy may never have that chance. Boy was I wrong.

Right from the start, Mandy and her direct support professional Camilla’s favorite activity was soccer at the park. They would literally play for hours. I always thanked Camilla, who had played on her high school team, and Camilla always told me that it was really fun and that Mandy was good. After seeing Mandy play in a special soccer event for kids with disabilities I started to believe her. Now she’s playing in the town league with kids her age.

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Mandy joins her town’s soccer league!

When Amanda (Mandy) was a toddler I remember driving past the playgrounds where the youth soccer teams played and thinking that Mandy may never have that chance. Boy was I wrong.

Right from the start, Mandy and her direct support professional Camilla’s favorite activity was soccer at the park. They would literally play for hours. I always thanked Camilla, who had played on her high school team, and Camilla always told me that it was really fun and that Mandy was good. After seeing Mandy play in a special soccer event for kids with disabilities I started to believe her. Now she’s playing in the town league with kids her age.

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