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Mainstream Living Newsletter: Mainstream Living Employee Newsletter Oct 2019

United Ways across the country have kicked off their annual LIVE UNITED Campaign and we encourage our employees to consider a gift. Gifts may be made through payroll deduction, vacation donation, or a one-time gift of cash/check. If you wish, you may also designate your gift to a specific non-profit...
Don't miss the 2019 Employee Benefit and Wellness Fair held on separate days at each of our offices. Employees attending will have an opportunity to visit with benefit representatives including Wellmark, Delta Dental, AFLAC, and Lincoln Financial. This is your chance to gather information, sign up for benefits or make...
There are dozens of websites touting safety tips for children but not so many with considerations for adults. For our field, considering safety when it comes to adults is important. So this October’s tip of the month will focus some helpful safety tips for adults on Halloween. Plan your route... Read More on Halloween Safety
October is National Disability Employment Awareness Month (NDEAM). What began in 1945 as a week-long campaign by the United States Department of Labor to raise awareness about employment issues for those with disabilities has expanded to an entire month devoted to raising awareness. Over the last few decades, many laws... Read More on The Right Talent, Right Now
If you’ve been employed at Mainstream Living for one year, and you’ve been contributing to your 403B or Roth IRA. As of September 1, your contribution started to double! Anything you put in up to 1% of your gross income, Mainstream will match! Don't miss out on free money! National... Read More on Are You Preparing for Retirement?
Mainstream Living is a member of the Polk County Positive Behavior Supports Network. In an effort to continually enhance our services, monthly training information is provided to staff.
Taylor recently transitioned successfully to the ACE program from regular day hab. Taylor, who has selective mutism, often clams up and doesn’t talk when introduced to a situation in which she is not comfortable. But this summer, she was given the opportunity to try the ACE program and discovered she... Read More on Stories of Impact
This month, we'll be featuring a few of the staff who work at our Residential Care Facility for Persons with Mental Illness, otherwise known as Fremont. This 11-bed facility provides traditional structures and supports to individuals with chronic and persistent mental illness. Fred Morrow: What brought you to Mainstream? I...

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