Services for Adults

Posted by | December 19, 2017
A New Kind of Family

All her life, Kristie has known she wants to help kids. That’s why she decided six years ago to become a respite caregiver for LSI’s Services for People with Disabilities....

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Posted by | December 19, 2017
“I Feel Free”

Michelle felt like she had finally overcome her biggest challenge. She had found the support she needed to get back on her feet after years of suffering from domestic abuse...

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Posted by | December 19, 2017
Building Stronger Families

At home, Mark was a happy little boy. But he struggled to cope with social anxiety the moment he stepped outside. Sarah, a first-time mom, was unsure how to handle...

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Posted by | December 19, 2017
A New Harmony

Zach has always had a love of the outdoors. In his free time, he can usually be found in his back yard, mowing the lawn or making sure his snow...

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Posted by | December 19, 2017
Finding Her Community

When Fan’s first child, Rain, was born, she was determined to raise him to be gentle, patient, and independent. But as he entered his crawling, walking, and climbing phases, things...

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Posted by | December 18, 2017
It Takes a Village

Jessica felt overwhelmed. She spent most of her time caregiving for her daughters, Angelique and Ariana, and she knew she needed a break. She turned to LSI’s Services for People...

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Posted by | December 18, 2017
Strengthening Families

Iresha loved staying at home to care for her first child, Tanasha. She was eager to bond with her daughter and see all of Tanasha’s “firsts.” Her first steps. Her...

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Posted by | December 18, 2017
One Happy Family

Danikah was a happy, playful toddler. But things began to change when her baby brother, Parker, was born. “In the hospital, she was happy to see him. But I don’t...

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Posted by | December 18, 2017
Keeping a Busy Schedule

Alecks loves to stay busy. From reading comic books and making costumes for Renaissance festivals, to going out on walks and taking care of his home, Alecks does it all....

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