Stuck in a job rut? Get moving again at LOGAN

Join the LOGAN Residential Team as a DSP and earn up to $875 in sign-on bonuses the first year! Stuck in a rut in your current job? Working hard but getting nowhere? Tired of the daily grind? If you answered yes, then it’s time to make a job change. And the timing couldn’t better! Opportunity is knocking at LOGAN, so open up and see what we have to offer.  At LOGAN, going to work means helping someone discover and fulfill their potential. Jobs matter at LOGAN. Employees matter. They matter to the people they serve and to the agency and its mission.  Here’s what one employee...

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A miracle for Aurelia

“You don’t want her. She’s deficient.” I lived in an orphanage in Romania and no one wanted me. The Embassy official told my adoptive mom “You don’t want her. She’s deficient.” But mom said “I do want her. She’s for me. And I’m for her.” Now, I’m 28. I walk with a cane and have developmental disabilities. But I graduated from Mishawaka High School and I have a purpose. I want to work like everyone else. When I looked for a job, I couldn’t find one. Years went by. The job coaches at all the other places couldn’t...

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Shop ’til you drop at LOGAN Holiday Bazaar

Find unique gifts, cards and more   Artists in The Studios Adult Day Services at LOGAN are on a deadline. They’re putting the finishing touches on their projects for the fourth annual Holiday Bazaar. From 9 a.m. to 2:30 p.m., on Saturday, November 4, the public is invited to LOGAN Center to walk our gallery and browse through the artwork. Everything on display will be available for purchase or special order. All proceeds benefit the artists and The Studios program. Don’t miss your chance to buy truly beautiful items handmade by participants of The Studios Adult Day Services at LOGAN....

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150 families needed for new research project

Want to be part of a research project designed to improve programs for all LOGAN families? Now’s your chance. We’re looking for 150 families in the greater Michiana area, including southwest Michigan, northern Indiana and even Fort Wayne, to participate in the Supporting Parent-Adolescent Relationships and Communication project. The study will evaluate the effectiveness of an intervention program for families with an individual with intellectual or developmental disabilities. Over the course of several months, families will receive information about communication, conflict resolution...

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INvestABLE Indiana gives families the ability to save

LOGAN had the honor August 22 to be a host launch site for INvestABLE, the Indiana ABLE Act savings plan for Hoosiers with disabilities. The Achieving a Better Life Experience Act (ABLE) allows individuals with disabilities and their families to save for many daily, disability-related expenses on a tax-deferred basis. Most important, these savings do not limit their ability to benefit from Supplemental Security Income (SSI), Medicaid and other federal programs. A summary of the plan highlights follows: Tax advantages Earnings may compound federally on a tax-deferred basis Withdrawals are tax-free,...

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Planning ahead brings parents “peace of mind”

Emily and Josh Carroll know firsthand how vigilant parents must be to secure the best future possible for their children. Their youngest child, Asher Reed,  was born with a chromosome deletion causing multiple medical and developmental issues, including hearing loss and autism. Asher attends LOGAN’s Sonya Ansari Autism Learning Center at Granger, where he has surpassed every goal set for him so far. “He is working hard day after day towards the best life possible for himself; you better bet I plan to also do the same for him,” Emily said. Emily reviewed the INvestABLE Indiana...

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LOGAN All-Stars play ball with the SB Cubs

The only thing better than (or at least as good as) hitting a home run is hanging out with the players who do. The LOGAN All-Stars played an exhibition game with the South Bend Cubs at Four Winds Field August 15. The event is something South Bend Cubs Manager Jimmy Gonzalez says is important to the entire organization. “We’re blessed to be able to be in a community like South Bend and just to give back is an awesome opportunity,” Gonzalez said. Matt Harrington, LOGAN president and CEO, said the All-Stars look forward all year to playing with the South Bend Cubs. “We started the LOGAN...

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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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