I’d like to share with you just a little bit about how my son Nate came to be an outpatient at Wendell Foster, and what a difference it has made in his life.
As we approach the holiday season once again, I can’t help but look back on the past year and all that’s been accomplished here at Wendell Foster . . .
Wendell Foster encourages over 4,000 Facebook page followers to create a Facebook fundraiser for Giving Tuesday and the Holiday giving season.
Wendell Foster CEO, has accepted a seat on the American Network of Community Options and Resources board of directors.
Rachel has been with Wendell Foster for a little over a year now and in that short period of time has proven herself quite the team player.
October is Physical Therapy Month and here at Wendell Foster we have an incredible Physical Therapy team serving hundreds of children and adults in our community. We celebrate them today and everyday!
The Wendell Foster Family & Friends Group is kicking off its annual pecan fundraiser. more: Annual Pecan Fundraiser
When Curtis White came to live with his adoptive family about seven years ago, his parents noticed he didn't babble like most kids.
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.