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Our 2019 LOGAN Nose-On keynote speaker and founder of Special Books by Special Kids, Chris Ulmer, spreads empathy, understanding and acceptance for people with disabilities by sharing their stories on social media. Often times he begins his video interviews by asking "What's something special about you? or "What would you want the world to know about you?" We 💚 this approach to getting to nose someone. So, tell us something about yourself in the comments! #LOGANNoseOn #GetToNoseMe ... See MoreSee Less
My niece Emily Maggart is amazing, working at LOGAN Center! Love her!!!
I'm Shane Diehl's brother, and that's pretty special.
I would love the world to NOSE that something special about me is that I get to be a mom to three amazing children and something I want the world to NOSE about me is that I want “to be a rainbow in someone’s cloud,” in that I want to help and be a light to all I encounter in the world!!
I am one lucky mom to have an amazing kid named Cole!!!!! 😊❤️
I used videos from Special Books by Special Kids in my middle school Character Connection class last year, and the kids were so genuine and empathetic during our discussions!!! I love it!! How can I come!?
My name rhymes with pizza :D
24 hours ago
SNEAK PEEK! Check out these little green dot studs. They are just one of the new items the Studios at LOGAN will have for sale during The Great LOGAN Nose-On Luncheon on March 19th! ... See MoreSee Less
These are beautiful. Do you have any other colors?
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Meet Chris Ulmer, a former teacher who travels the world interviewing people with disabilities. He's also the 2019 LOGAN Nose-On keynote speaker! For years, Chris has given people with disabilities a platform to share their stories with millions of followers on Facebook, YouTube and other social networks. With each video he invites the world to get to nose the individuals he interviews hoping to shape a more kind and accepting society. We encourage you to take a moment to get to nose Chris and learn about the incredible mission of Special Books by Special Kids. #LOGANNoseOn #GetToNoseMeThis is the full history of the SBSK video blog. Thank you for your support. To support us on other social media platforms visit: Facebook: http://www.facebo... ... See MoreSee Less
Happy Valentine's Day ❤❤
"What I like about my job is I make a difference in the lives of the three guys I work with, and they're very appreciative of it. They let me know every day how much they appreciate me, and that's the reward I get for working at LOGAN." ~ Jeff Reed
Are you a people person? A job at LOGAN may be just what you're looking for. Stop by our job fair from 3 to 6 p.m. February 20 at LOGAN Center, and you could get hired on the spot.
Hear Jeff and Steve on radio station Z94.3 this weekend. ... See MoreSee Less
Awesome job guys! I can’t wait to hear all about your radio debut! ❤️
Hello my friends S---- & Jeff! Miss you!
Looking for a last minute unique Valentine’s Day gift? The Studios at LOGAN has art available for purchase at LOGAN Industries. Skip the flowers and get a gift that will last! ... See MoreSee Less
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For $20 you can attend this great workshop. Space is limited so register today!Join us at the "TEACCH® One-Day Workshop: Transitioning to Employment and Postsecondary Education with Autism Spectrum Disorder." March 11, 9am–4:30pm. Cost: $20. This workshop will review knowledge about adult outcomes for individuals with ASD with a focus on identifying childhood factors that predict a higher quality of life. We will discuss (1) developing goals to support a successful transition to adulthood; and (2) intervention techniques targeting transition readiness skills including executive function, social communication skills, emotion regulation, and daily living skills. The workshop will be led by Laura Klinger, Ph.D. (Executive Director, TEACCH Autism Program, University of North Carolina) and Allison Butwinski (Autism Specialist, TEACCH Autism Program). Seating is limited. For more information and to register, visit: https://www.saintmarys.edu/academics/departments/autism-studies/workshops/upcoming-workshops. ... See MoreSee Less
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A feel-good story for Super Bowl weekend.While you're watching the Super Bowl on Sunday, you likely won't spot Shawn Rector, but he will be there helping to keep folks safe as a security guard. For the past several days, Shawn has been working security in Atlanta on the days leading up to the game. Shawn was tapped for the position in recognition of the great job he does working security at Purdue football games. Shawn also works as a bus monitor for the Lafayette School Corporation. He is a former member of The Arc of Indiana board of directors, a long time self-advocate, and an active member of Best Buddies. Shawn is also the proud owner of a Habitat for Humanity home he helped build. Here's to you Shawn! ... See MoreSee Less