It is just another typical start of a day. You wake up, look at your daily calendar, check email and social media, maybe have a cup of coffee and breakfast, and your day begins. As with every other day, unless you aren’t a morning person, you talk.
For many years, Wendell Foster was thought of as a therapeutic residential community for people diagnosed with Cerebral Palsy (CP). According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s Autism and Developmental Disabilities Monitoring Network, 1 in 323 children has been identified with CP.
What is Disabilities Awareness Month?
On December 12, 2018, Wendell Foster started the area’s first Aktion Club. Aktion Club is one of the Kiwanis family’s Service Leadership Programs and the only service club for adults with disabilities, with more than 12,000 members worldwide. more: Wendell Foster creates area’s first Aktion Club
We would like to welcome our new outpatient therapists that recently joined Wendell Foster: more: Wendell Foster Welcomes New Therapists
Wendell Foster is very pleased to announce the appointment of Eric Scharf, the organization’s Chief Executive Officer, as the Chairperson for LeadingAge’s Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities (ID/DD) Committee representing Kentucky. more: Wendell Foster CEO Named Chairperson for LeadingAge Kentucky Committee
By Renee Beasley Jones, Messenger-Inquirer
Wendell Foster is proud to announce that Owensboro Health is now the premiere sponsor of the Wendell Foster Half Marathon that will be held in Owensboro on March 23.
Wendell Foster names Laura Payne, 2018 Volunteer of the Year at annual volunteer banquet.