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Mainstream Living Newsletter: Mainstream Living Employee Newsletter April 2019

April 2nd is the twelfth annual World Autism Awareness Day. There are many ways Autism Awareness is celebrated on this day, throughout the month, and year-round. World Autism Awareness Day usually has Presidential and Congressional declarations and there are a variety of online events people can participate in locally or... Read More on World Autism Day
Congratulations to this month's Service Excellence Award winner. If you know someone who goes above and beyond in their service to Mainstream Living, consider nominating them for a monthly award. Nominations take just a few minutes and can be completed online by clicking here: Prince Duru, nominated by Michelle...
You can now order Mainstream Living apparel online via credit card or payroll deduct. Click on the attachment for instructions.
Danny Zimmerman How long have you been with Mainstream? 16 years What's the most fun thing you've ever done with a Mainstream staff member? Sometimes we take walks, to parties, went to a dance. What is one goal you've reached with the help of a Mainstream staff member? Learning how...
Now that Spring is here, let’s talk about how to get moving. Did you know that walking just 30 minutes a day at a normal pace provides many benefits such as weight loss, increased heart health, improve self-esteem, improved mood, higher energy levels, and more? Even walking at a mild... Read More on Tip of the Month
Mainstream Living provides hourly services under the Home and Community Based Services (HCBS) program. Our hourly members are typically highly independent individuals who live in their own homes, but need some assistance with activities of daily living to remain independent. These activities often include things such as grocery shopping, meal... Read More on HCBS Hourly Services
Mainstream Living is a member of the Polk County Positive Behavior Supports Network. Each month, training information is provided to staff in an effort to better serve our members.
What brought you to Mainstream? I came to Mainstream from Behavioral Technologies in 2004 and wanted to stay in the same field of work with less physical aggressions and restraints. I have always loved helping others and wanted to continue to help others achieve goals. What is your favorite thing...
What brought you to Mainstream? After surviving a heart attack, I was ready to get back in the field. I worked in the industry for 20 years and was born to do this work. I have now been with Mainstream Living for two years working with members in Supported Community...

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