ICYMI >> Kansas Disability & Health Program, University of Kansas presented on Self-Care Advocacy in Health Care for Special Olympics Kansas last week. Below is a link to the recording. We encourage you to check it out. View Recording FUTURE SESSIONS August 12th at 6:30 PM – Physical Activity at Home presented by Laura Covert Miller, PhD, CTRS, Health, Human Performance […]
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Please share this with your networks, families, etc. Also, available on the Kansas LEND events page to share on social media. Due to social distancing limitations we are temporarily moving our series to a combination of Zoom and Facebook. If you register at the link below, you will receive information to join us through zoom the day […]
KINDNESS What is the difference between kindness and compassion? Kindness is a behavioral action that others can see and compassion is an inner experience. It would be wonderful if both kindness and compassion are present in any challenging situation, but kindness should come first and foremost. Read more from PsychCentral CONNECTION As uncertainty surrounding the […]
IT’S TIME! We are launching the #CrisisInCare campaign NOW. The campaign builds a social community capable of influencing public opinion and decisions by policymakers on all issues related to the COVID-19 relief effort for Kansans with IDD. The campaign will: Use social tools (like Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, etc.) to engage a broad audience in ‘real-time’ […]
M I G H T Y Do you have a mobility-related disability? Looking to lose weight? diet plan physical activity social interaction without leaving your home! We are offering a research weight management program that provides: All participants must be over the age of 18 and willing to: Be randomized to either Individual home visits […]
People with disabilities are disproportionately affected by the current lack of flexibility in Kansas’ food assistance programs. Thankfully, Governor Kelly and the Department of Children and Families can do a lot more to ensure that SNAP (Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program) works better for Kansans, especially during the COVID-19 pandemic. By signing the open letter at […]
Encouraging, Educating & Empowering For more than 35 years View as Webpage How to Help Siblings Get Along Between sharing limited space and dealing with stress, it’s no wonder that tensions between siblings may be running high. And now, with many camps and sports activities cancelled, it looks like siblings will be spending a lot […]
Inclusion for Life Tuesday, June 16 6:30 – 8:00 PM Zoom Presentation Learn how a Kansan with an Intellectual or Developmental Disability (IDD) can access community service funding and why the Johnson County Developmental Disability Community Developmental Disability Organization (CDDO) is the single point of entry for someone seeking services. Will cover the intake and […]
Please watch this short video from Doc about SOAR Summer Camp! That’s right, SOAR is excited to announce that we will be hosting SOAR Party at Your House – a virtual camp! It will be July 20-24, 2020 and will consist of about two and a half hours of video programming that your camper can do anytime through the day […]
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“In the Know–Community Supports and Services for All Ages” Inclusion for Life Tuesday, June 16 6:30 – 8:00 PM Zoom Presentation Learn how a Kansan with an Intellectual or Developmental Disability (IDD) can access community service funding and why the Johnson County Developmental Disability Community Developmental Disability Organization (CDDO) is the single point of entry […]