We hear a lot of talk about independence for people with disabilities. I think this is a mistake. Independence came from tests to measure activities of daily living and the ability to complete tasks such as feeding yourself, dressing yourself, etc. without assistance. It came from people with disabilities not wanting to be in nursing … Read More »
June 22nd marked the 20th anniversary of the Olmstead Supreme Court Decision: a ruling that stated that people with disabilities have the right to live in the least restrictive setting possible. Across the country, we are still working to fulfill this promise. The story of the Olmstead case begins with two women, Lois Curtis (center) … Read More »
On June 26, Indiana Fever Guard Shenise “Mo” Johnson and Forward Natalie Achonwa spent the afternoon at Noble East, sharing tips on both free throws and teamwork, as well as running some practice drills on the basketball court. Through the generous support of the Hoosier Lottery, Indiana Fever players visit organizations around the state to … Read More »
Hilary has always loved riding horses. According to Community Living Site Lead Candice Hardwick, “That is her most passionate and favorite thing in the world.” On May 4, Hilary joined 70 other riders for Agape Therapeutic Riding’s 5th Annual Mane Event in Bloomington. Despite the rain and mud, Hilary competed in several categories, including the … Read More »
We are very excited to share Sophisticated Living’s coverage of our 2019 Noble Evening in the Garden.
Blue skies and a gorgeous course await you at the 14th annual LOR Corporation’s Noble Golf Classic. Spend a fabulous day on the green as you and your colleagues take to the links at Sagamore Golf Club, a Jack Nicklaus signature course: Tuesday, June 4 10 am Registration & Early Lunch 11 am Start Sagamore … Read More »
Jay is a busy man, but one thing he always makes time for is his weekly visit with Music Therapist Andrea DeHaan. For both of them, it’s a great way to start their Monday mornings. These days, he uses their time to sing about what he did over the weekend. Rewriting song lyrics has been … Read More »
When people hear about Brian’s lifelong fascination with fans, they are usually surprised. Why would that be something that a teenager would like—and even collect? The nearly 2,500 subscribers to his YouTube channel would be the first to disagree. So would the 1,600+ “fans” of the Facebook page he belongs to. You might also be … Read More »