Category Editorial

Ari Ne'eman expresses his views: Autism is not a tragedy. Ignorance is.

We Can Do Better…

An editorial by Jolene Thibedeau Boyd, Director of Employment & Community Supports Fair warning: If you care about the debate currently brewing related to sheltered workshops (aka center-based work floors, work centers, etc.), this blog contains my opinions, which may be considered troubling (or possibly controversial) by some. However, there is no need to let that […]

MOFAS Renews Grant Funds for Community Involvement Programs in 2015

Community Involvement Programs will be able to continue its employment supports for young adults with a suspected or diagnosed Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD) in 2015. The Minnesota Organization on Fetal Alcohol Syndrome (MOFAS) provided an additional year of funding for Community Involvement Programs to provide supports for the “Increasing Access to Employment” grant. In […]

We Must Always Remember…

An editorial by Jolene Thibedeau Boyd, Director of Employment & Community Supports “Some people describe social justice as “what love looks like in public.” Social Justice means working to create a world where we all can be our whole selves. It is working to create a world where everyone is respected and treated fairly. People […]