LOGAN Act presents Wizard of Oz

They’ve studied their lines and learned all their cues, and now the cast of Wizard of Oz is ready to walk you down the yellow brick road to share their adventures. Join LOGAN Act for a fun, family-friendly performance at 4 p.m. Saturday, August 19 at Battell Center, Mishawaka. Admission is free, but you must have a ticket. Please call LOGAN at 574-289-4831 to receive yours. Some tickets will be available at the door, but seating is limited, so please don’t wait. LOGAN clients and staff have worked all summer on the play, perfecting roles and creating stage props and costumes. They received...

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security breach notification

LOGAN reports and contains potential data security incident

Notification to those who may have been affected LOGAN Community Resources has become aware of a potential data security incident that may have resulted in the inadvertent exposure of some patients’ personal and health information. Although at this time there is no evidence that patient information was actually accessed or viewed, or any indication of actual misuse of anyone’s information, we have taken steps to notify any patients who may have been affected by this incident. On May 12, 2017, we discovered suspicious activity in one of our employee’s email accounts, which prompted an...

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SBMA exhibit, happy artist

Meet LOGAN artists during reception Friday

Summer is winding down and so, too, is the LOGAN exhibit at South Bend Museum of Art. If you haven’t yet visited the Community Gallery at the museum to see the LOGAN collection, you have only a few more days to get there. The exhibit — Finding a voice, Collaborating Together — opened May 27 and closes August 6. Read more about the exhibit here. Meet and congratulate the artists during an Artist’s Reception from 5 to 9 p.m. Friday, August 4 at the museum. The reception is free and open to the public. Share Tweet +1 Share

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Fleet Feet Ambassadors to run with Snookie at LOGAN’s Run

Again this year, one member of Team LOGAN will get to “run” in LOGAN’s Run, while seated in a chair. Not just any chair, of course, but a racing wheelchair donated by Fleet Feet Sports of Michiana. DeShauntae Williams, better known around LOGAN as Snookie, “volunteered” to ride in the chair. She said it has been a dream of hers to run in LOGAN’s Run, so now she gets her chance. Fleet Feet provided the chair in 2016, so Heath White, that year’s Nose-On speaker, could run with Mary, a LOGAN residential client. This year, a team of Fleet Feet Ambassadors plans...

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Petey’s memorial service makes the front page

Reporter Bob Blake from The South Bend Tribune covered our memorial service for Petey Boxer. Petey spent his days in The Studios at LOGAN with his owner/mom, Ann Rudasics. He died unexpectedly June 29, while working at LOGAN. The memorial service happened on what would have been Petey’s 10th birthday. We’ve reprinted Bob’s story here: Logan clients, staff remember therapy dog Petey as ‘a family member’ BOB BLAKE South Bend Tribune rblake@sbtinfo.com SOUTH BEND — There were intermittent streams of bubbles, surrounded by photos of happier times, and no shortage of...

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LOGAN exhibit opens at South Bend Museum of Art

See the exhibit May 27 to August 6 Excitement is building among artists in The Studios at LOGAN in anticipation of the opening of their exhibit at the South Bend Museum of Art. Titled Finding a Voice, Collaborating Together, the exhibit features group projects, like the Bison-tennial Bison, and individual work, including a display of paintings by the late Martha McMillian and more recent artist interpretations of the classic Van Gogh masterpiece, Starry Night. “We were thrilled to be invited by the museum to display a collection of our artists’ work,” said Barbara Pickut, Director...

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Kelly Hunter and The Tempest

Shakespeare and Autism

Learn about The Hunter Heartbeat Method from its creator, Kelly Hunter Kelly Hunter, an acclaimed British actress known for her pioneering work using Shakespeare and the theatre arts to engage autistic populations, will be at LOGAN May 22 and May 24 to share her signature teaching methods. You don’t want to miss this rare opportunity to learn firsthand about her work in the classroom and in the theatre. Join her at one of two free sessions: Monday, May 22 5 to 6 p.m. LOGAN Center 2505 E. Jefferson Blvd., South Bend, Indiana Wednesday, May 24 4:15 to 5:15 p.m. LOGAN Autism Learning Center...

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Give blood now

Give blood at LOGAN and save lives

Donating one unit of whole blood can save up to three lives, according to the South Bend Medical Foundation. LOGAN is making it easy for staff to donate by hosting its third annual blood drive Monday, May 15, right here on the LOGAN Center campus. Staff from the South Bend Medical Foundation will be here from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. to conduct the drive. You don’t have to work at LOGAN to participate. Anyone is welcome, so spread the word to friends and family. Tips for donating blood Donating is easy. Sign up online at www.GiveBloodNow.com using the sponsor code: LOGAN. Be sure to eat a meal...

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Four Winds employees raise $11,000 for LOGAN (That’s a lotta noses!)

Four bosses at Four Winds New Buffalo really stuck their noses up at Employee Appreciation Day in March. They weren’t being snobbish. They were supporting a great cause. The four, selected by $1 votes, wore big, green LOGAN Nose-On noses all day on March 30. The noses symbolized their support of disabilities awareness and the disability services LOGAN provides in northern Indiana and southwest Michigan. On April 25, those noseworthy bosses presented LOGAN with a really big check. The employee-driven campaign raised a grand total of $10,931 for LOGAN! The bosses rounded up, writing out a check...

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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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