Latest (Noble) Fashion Craze

The latest fashion craze to hit the runway: #COVID-19 face masks that protect (although not quite N95 level) while making a statement. Diane Gann has been with Noble for over 32 years, holding a number of positions along the way. When she’s not helping people with disabilities live their best lives, a favorite hobby is sewing. Each year, … Read More »

Look! My Therapists Are On TV!

For two-year-old Reina, the best part of her weekly First Steps Early Intervention therapies during COVID-19 isn’t just that she gets to keep seeing her friends, Occupational Therapist Laura-Jean Page and Physical Therapist Kristen Quigley. Of course, they’re always fun, but now there’s something even cooler: They’re on TV! At least that’s what it looks … Read More »

Facilitating Work on the Front Line

Despite the world’s focus on the COVID-19 pandemic, people with serious health conditions like diabetes still need critical medications. That’s where businesses like Eli Lilly and Company perform a vital role, creating insulin for them. That means people like Darrin are a critical part of that effort. He works at Lilly Technology Center South, where he sanitizes common … Read More »