I know we like to imagine childhood as carefree and innocent – and for some that may have been the case. But from my perspective, it’s never been particularly easy to be a kid.
At our Inspire! Events, we continue the discussion in Small groups with our table-mates, and then have a full room discussion on what more we can do.
Continuing the community discussion,
So just what are ACES? Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) are stressful or traumatic experiences that can have a huge impact on children and teenagers throughout their lives.
We’d love to have you join us in celebrating and recognizing our Mudita Award recipients on April 29th from 6-730pm at the Momentum Center.
Back in February, we had a visit from the Chamber’s Leadership Connect group
In March, we had an important community conversation on Prisoner ReEntry, looking at the current issues for Returning Citizens, and what we can do to support them during the transition.
Some of you know that I used to be a job developer for Kandu. I campaigned for the job because I felt called to work with people with developmental disabilities.
TONIGHT at 7pm, our peer-support group for parents of children with developmental disabilities will be meeting at the Momentum Center Annex.
This month at Extended Grace we Celebrated ALL Love and in the process talked about the many ways in which we consciously and unconsciously discriminate against our LGBTQ brothers and sisters.
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