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“Our initial vision of Riley’s independence is for him to be able to expand his self-determination skills by making many decisions for himself in a protected environment surrounded by a dedicated staff and genuine friends.” -Davila Niesen...read more
Interview and blog post by Sarah BlackwellAustin Underwood, 39, went to college right out of high school, and studied to be a prep chef. He’s lived on his own ever since graduation, but since jobs in the restaurant business were hard to find, he worked at a local...read more
This December, thousands of young North Texans will anxiously await letters of early acceptance to universities across the country. But not Michael Poston and Chris Wheeler. They already know where they’ll land when they leave the nest next summer. Michael,...read more
Daymark Living Launches First Job Networking Fair for Adults with Intellectual and Developmental Delays
Daymark’s partnership with LaunchAbility attracts more than 12 DFW-area employers to event Dallas, TX (October 9, 2017) – More than a dozen DFW area employers have signed up to participate in the inaugural Daymark Living Job Networking Fair, targeted for adults with...read more
New community to provide independence, integration, education and employment for adults with IDD. Daymark Living, a novel residential community that was conceived, designed and built for people with intellectual and developmental delays (IDD), has started signing...read more
When Michael was in high school, it was easy to ignore the future. His days were filled with friends and activities, and he was reaching the milestones we dreamed he’d achieve. But then came graduation, and new questions arose. The day I dropped Michael’s twin sister...read more
By Caitlin Mullis“If you could only know me for who I am, instead of for who I am not, there would be so much more to see, because there’s so much more that I’ve got…” – Marc Gold Society tends to label and preset limitations for...read more
BY: KARI ZERBE It’s overwhelming. Since your child was born, you have dedicated your life to loving, caring, protecting, and serving special needs. Doing anything else just seems unimaginable. You are not alone and your parenting is never done. Without a long-term...read more
By James Williams ,MRC, CRCWhen I was 12 years old, I received the diagnosis of Asperger’s Syndrome, today called Autism Spectrum Disorder, and my life was forever changed in a few significant ways. First, I finally had a name for why I felt so “weird” and socially...read more