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BY: TIPHANNE EVANS Start NOW. Let’s be real. Your loved one is not going to suddenly wake up the morning of their 22nd birthday with the skills to pick out the perfect avocado from a sea of “just okay” avocados at the grocery store. Shopping takes practice, and it is...read more
Written by: Beth Freudenburg A few weeks ago I was asked to write a few paragraphs on a topic relevant to families who have members with disabilities. Surprisingly, I found it more difficult than I expected. Not because I had little to say, or because I believed I...read more
Article originally published on www.waxahachietx.com by the Waxahachie Daily Light. By Ashley Ford | firstname.lastname@example.org A collage of over 50 hearts is handpainted on a five-foot ceramic heart in the parking lot of the downtown Waxahachie hike-and-bike trail. The...read more
BY: ROSIE REICHENSTEIN Being “independent in your daily living skills” looks different for each of our residents at Daymark Living. We adapt to this wide range of skillsets using what we call a “hack” to help fill in where their skills or mobility may be...read more
Article originally published by DFWThrive here. By Kelley Wooley “I assumed Riley would live with us forever,” says mom Davila Niesen. Since her son was a baby, Niesen and her husband Robert knew that something was “off.” “For a long time, we just kept being...read more
Tim and Nancy Wheeler’s son Chris is one of the first residents making the big move to Daymark Living. A big transition like this looks different for each family & individual so we sat down with the Wheeler’s to learn what this journey has looked like for them! D:...read more
When John Poston watched his son Blake and daughter Margot go off to college and leave Margot’s twin, Michael, behind because of Down syndrome, John knew he had to do something. “It’s not right. My other children were going off to have fun, socialize, learn, and...read more
Courtney Craig, 214-259-4658 June 5, 2018 DALLAS, Texas Canine Companions for Independence has placed the Lone Star State’s first facility dog trained specifically for a community of adults with special needs. The non-profit organization’s South Central Region trained...read more