Therapeutic gardens are used to help people with chronic illness and disabilities in a variety of settings. Some of the places you may see a therapeutic garden include vocational rehabilitation facilities, nursing homes and hospitals, as well as botanical gardens, nurseries and prisons.
Isn’t Just the Right Thing to Do—It’s Good for Business A new study reveals that hiring people with intellectual and developmental disabilities doesn’t just improve culture—it improves the bottom line. What kind of employers hire people with intellectual and developmental … Read More
Surveys reveal that people with disabilities consistently report a good quality of life, says Tom Shakespeare. So why is it often assumed they are unhappy? Have you ever thought to yourself: “I’d rather be dead than disabled?” It’s not an … Read More
The 3rd year in a row we’ve been blessed to have the youth group with The River Church from Forsyth, Missouri come and volunteer helping us wash & vacuum our vans, provide yard services, build a ramp and assist us … Read More
Many thanks to Officers Anglin, Williams and Baker with the Lynn Haven Police Dept for taking the time to visit our clients today! Our clients got a close up experience with their patrol cars, talking on the megaphone speaker, played … Read More
What an awesome day at St. Andrew Bay Center!! Blessed with an dedicated staff, awesome clients who are learning skills that will help them lead a more productive & independent lifestyle and volunteers that understand what it means to have … Read More