IBJ Highlights Housing/Career Center Partnership Between Englewood and Noble

Apartments on Downtown’s East Side to Help Tenants with Disabilities by Mickey Shuey Reprinted from IBJ.com A local community development firm is proposing an $11 million apartment project on the eastern edge of downtown that could feature short-term rental units, housing for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities, and an art gallery and studio for … Read More »

Definitely Strikes A Chord

David is a fantastic singer. He can hold each note perfectly a cappella, serenading audiences with songs like “Love Me Tender” by Elvis Presley. He even sang “Amazing Grace” for a crowd of hundreds at the opening of the Governor’s Prayer Breakfast several years ago. Lately, however, he has become more interested in learning how … Read More »

Weekly Zoom Meetings On How To Help Your Child With Disabilities

The Indiana Resource Center for Autism—in conjunction with autism leaders from school districts across Indiana, and others—will host FREE weekly Zoom Meetings this summer on topics identified by family members to be of particular interest. You must register in advance for these webinars. After registering, you will receive a confirmation email with information on how to join the … Read More »

Exercising to Virtual Rec Therapy

Telehealth has been a fantastic option for Ellen to keep up with her Recreational Therapy during COVID-19. Guided by Rec Therapist Ieesha Arnold, they exercise, do yoga and dance—Ellen loves Michael Jackson. Between sessions, they joke around, take breaks to virtually visit aquariums around the world together via live cam and even play charades. Rec Therapy … Read More »

Just The Way You Are

Evan loves rewriting the lyrics to his favorite songs, both as a creative tool and a way to express what he’s feeling. That’s one of the primary goals of Music Therapy. Songwriting also helps Evan cope with life’s changes, while looking forward to the positive things the future holds. Because he’s been practicing songwriting in … Read More »

Working on Stress Management

During the COVID-19 Stay-at-Home order, Kelsey and Behavior Consultant Lindsay Buck had to get creative if they were going to continue working together. That’s when they started meeting up virtually twice a week through video chats. Like so many of us, Kelsey was finding the social isolation difficult to navigate so they have focused their time … Read More »

Learning The Ropes

Being the new guy can be hard, unless you’ve just landed a new job. Dylan is now working through our Noble Employment and Workforce Services (N.E.W.S.) at the Indiana State Library. Monday through Friday, the crew kicks off their day at 6 am, making their way through the various floors of the building before many … Read More »