Dr. Todd Graham will be missed

SOUTH BEND, INDIANA (July 26, 2017) – Matt Harrington, President and CEO of LOGAN, issued the following statement regarding the tragic death today of Dr. Todd Graham, a longtime LOGAN supporter, volunteer and donor: The LOGAN family is very saddened by the passing of Dr. Todd Graham. He was an active and generous supporter of LOGAN and a strong advocate for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities, particularly children with autism. Dr. Graham will certainly be missed. Matt Harrington LOGAN President/CEO   MEDIA CONTACT Nancy Miller Director of Marketing and Communications LOGAN 574-289-4831 nmiller@logancenter.org

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Sonya Ansari Center for Autism

Sonya Ansari Center for Autism opens in new location

Please join us as we celebrate the opening of the Sonya Ansari Center for Autism at its new location on the north edge of the LOGAN Center campus. Wednesday, April 19 4:30 to 6:30 p.m. 2505 E. Jefferson Blvd., South Bend The address hasn’t changed, but the Center now occupies its own building, with plenty of room for growth and expansion of services. The renovated facility also includes a center-based Applied Behavior Analysis program for children and adolescents ages 8-18. Come and see for yourself a center that opens up the world for those with autism! Tours begin at 4:30 p.m., followed by...

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Autism Awareness

LOGAN marks Autism Awareness Month

Community givebacks, an open house and a bowling event top the list of activities LOGAN has planned for April to raise awareness about autism and the challenges it brings to children, adults and families. Patrick Roemer, LOGAN director of development for Michigan, joined Joel Porter on WNDU 16 Saturday morning April 1 to talk about LOGAN Autism Services and highlight our April  events. Click here to watch his interview. And here’s what’s happening for Autism Awareness month: Community Pint Night Thursday, April 13 5 to 8 p.m. The Livery 190 5th Street, Benton Harbor, Michigan Autism...

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Nose-On speaker has a sib story

Joshua John Diehl, Chief Strategy Officer for LOGAN Autism Services, shares his personal connection with Elena Delle Donne, basketball phenom and speaker for the 2017 Nose-On Luncheon.  I first became interested in Elena Delle Donne’s story in my first semester on faculty at Notre Dame.  At the time, the person who had been called the “Female LeBron” was giving up basketball at powerhouse UConn and returning home.  I discussed her story in my Introduction to Psychology class on motivation. In that class, we had a vigorous discussion on what might lead someone to lose their motivation for...

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LOGAN President and CEO Clint Bolser to resign

Successor to be named following rigorous executive search process SOUTH BEND, Indiana (March 1, 2017) —  The LOGAN Community Resources, Inc. Board of Directors has accepted the resignation of Clint Bolser, President and Chief Executive Officer (CEO), effective June 30, 2017. Clint, his wife Stacy and their two children have chosen to relocate to Richmond, Indiana to be closer to family. “I have had the incredible honor to work and serve extraordinary people in the Michiana area for more than five years,” Bolser said. “Together we have worked extremely hard to enhance LOGAN’s mission...

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Outreach class: Planning for the Future

Thursday, March 30 11:30 a.m. – 1 p.m. LOGAN Center, South Bend What happens when your child with a disability turns 18? Do you know what’s required for Social Security, Medicaid waiver and other programs when your child becomes an adult?  Find out by attending “Planning for the Future” led by Jennifer Vanderveen, an attorney with Tuesley Hall Konopa, LLP. (Feel free to bring your lunch!) For more information, contact:  Dan Ryan, Director of Autism Services (574) 289-4831 danr@logancenter.org

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2017 Keynote Speaker, Elena Delle Donne

We are pleased to announce our special guest speaker for the 2017 Nose-On luncheon is WNBA basketball phenom Elena Delle Donne. Elena, considered one of the best female basketball players of all time, demands excellence in herself and inspires excellence in others. She draws her own inspiration from someone who is the opposite of her in physical capabilities – her older sister, Lizzie, born blind and deaf with cerebral palsy and autism. “Lizzie has always been my strength,” Elena says. “She gives me perspective. She’s never said a word to me, but Lizzie has taught me more than anyone...

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The 2017 Great LOGAN Nose-On Luncheon

LOGAN’s signature fundraising and awareness raising event, The Great LOGAN Nose-On takes place annually during the month of March. Green dot yard signs, green foam noses and lots of fun events take over our community each year. Thank you to all of you who will be joining us on Tuesday, March 21 for the 2017 Great LOGAN Nose-on Luncheon, hosted by WNDU-TV news anchor, Maureen McFadden. This sold out event is the culmination in LOGAN’s annual month-long campaign to raise awareness for people with disabilities. This year’s keynote speaker is Elena Delle Donne. Date: Tuesday, March 21 Time:...

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Autism Learning Center opens in Benton Harbor

Community invited to ribbon cutting September 29   BENTON HARBOR, Michigan (Sept. 12, 2016) – LOGAN Autism Learning Center – Southwest Michigan opened its doors to children and parents at its new location in Benton Harbor last week, and the transition couldn’t have gone smoother. The spacious new campus, once the site of the former Stump School, offers 18,000 square feet of interior space and 6.5 acres of property, plenty of room to stretch and grow. Six classrooms, a sensory room, gymnasium/cafeteria and a fully equipped playground provide an ideal backdrop for LOGAN staff to work one-on-one...

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Do it FTK — For The Kids

Dr. Joshua Diehl, Chief Strategy Officer for Autism Services at LOGAN, needs your help to complete his  FTK 50K the morning of August 6. Josh plans to run, ride and hopefully bicycle a full 50-kilometers — from Benton Harbor to Notre Dame — to raise $50,000 for the kids who will receive services at LOGAN’s new Southwest Michigan Autism Learning Center. He’ll start at the construction site and end at the finish line of LOGAN’s Run. He’ll do it, if he has to, wearing a tutu and eating bratwursts. He’ll do whatever it takes, he says, for the kids. That’s...

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