We hope you’ve enjoyed our series on employment for people who have Down syndrome! For our final post, we bring you some encouraging stories and zestful employment data that we hope will encourage those looking to support a loved one who’s looking for a job.
Continue reading Zestful Data on Community Employment
As we wrap up this year’s A to Z Blogging Challenge, I want to thank all those business owners who have agreed to be part of our DOWNs Town Mall and invite anyone who’s not yet listed to join us!
Continue reading Young Entrepreneurs – Business Owners Who Have Down Syndrome
One of the biggest debates in our community focuses on what we call “sheltered workshops.” Today we’ll talk about the pro’s and con’s and what the future may look like.
What is vocational rehabilitation and why is it important to adults with Down syndrome?
Continue reading Vocational Rehabilitation
Karrie Brown had a dream – and made it come true!
Continue reading The UNSINKABLE Karrie Brown
The coolest business owner we know is Blake Pyron from Sanger, TX!
Continue reading Tasty Treats from Blake’s Snow Shack
Marcus knows about storytelling and last month he told the world about it at the United Nations.
Continue reading S is for Storyteller Marcus Sikora
Rock Star Shades by Mr. J. M. Myers is a new business that is as unique as the man who inspired it.
Continue reading Rock Star Shades – Let Your Unique Flag Fly
Today we celebrate the beginning of season 3 of Born This Way on A&E ! (Watch the latest trailer!)
Continue reading The Quest for Independence – Born This Way Season 3