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02.10.2016
Outreach Series
02.27.2016
LOGAN at the Farmer's Market
03.04.2016
First Friday Nose-On Kick-Off
03.09.2016
LOGAN Night at Barnaby's
03.12.2016
St. Patrick's Day Parade
03.15.2016
LOGAN Night at Beef O'Brady's
03.22.2016
Nose-On Luncheon
04.30.2016
Bowling for Autism


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LOGAN Community Resources, Inc., is a funded partner of United Way of Southwest Michigan. UWSM funds are directed to the Children’s Fund at LOGAN to supports families in SW Michigan in need of financial support to obtain crucial services for their children.

 

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ABLE Accounts Update

A new provision in federal law will allow individuals with disabilities to open ABLE (Achieving a Better Life Experience) accounts without risking their government benefits. Read more about this provision at disabilityscoop.com.


The Great LOGAN Nose-On 2016

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LOGAN will welcome Special Agent Heath White, FBI, as keynote speaker of the Nose-On Luncheon March 22.

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Spring Outreach Meetings Set

LOGAN's Outreach Series resumes January 20, 11:30 am - 1:00pm with a presentation, "Is Guardianship Right for Your Family," by Sue Correa, Volunteer Guardianship Coordinator, discussing when, how, and why to obtain guardianship and the different types that are available to assist you in making your decision. Click here for the full spring Outreach Series schedule.


Racing for Steve-O Scholarship

Racing for Steve-O recreational scholarship applications are now available online. Scholarships are offered to Michiana special needs individuals up to $500 a year. Applications can be downloaded at their website, racingforsteveo.org.

Individuals must be a resident of the Michiana community (St. Joseph, Laporte, Elkhart, Starke, Marshall Counties in Indiana. Cass and Berrien counties in Michigan.) The camp or activity they are applying for must also be a 501(c)3 non-profit charity.

 


Support for Down Syndrome pregnancy downsyndromepregnancy.org

Early Childhood Alliance ecalliance.org

Aspire Indiana is a non-profit comprehensive community mental health center serving adults and children in central Indiana

International Down Syndrome Coalition IDSC

Developmental Disability News disabilityscoop.com

Arc of Indiana "Pathways to Employment" Films YouTube

Find answers:
mychildwithoutlimits.org

U of Kentucky National Center for Prenatal and Postnatal Down Syndrome Resources downsyndromediagnosis.org

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Respite provider agencies in Indiana iidc.indiana

Apps for children with special needs a4cwsn.com

Career development guide www.ncwd-youth

Spread the Word to End the Word
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