We moved to NC in August 2016. We moved to Chapel Hill because my husband started a job as an assistant professor at UNC.  We lived before north of Boston and had a waiver through MA that we got immediately after we moved.  Continue reading

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Pennlive.com writes about those with disabilities waiting for services and their funding being cut. This is unjust and advocates must take a stand. Read full article: https://www.pennlive.com/opinion/2019/12/the-gathering-storm-in-disability-services-opinion.html?fbclid=IwAR2Y07fl0R3g67OSZcQHTQR2YFTj_9lMKq2jt0noqz-Xk0m20Bxnz6gzMF4 Continue reading


Ashlyn   was born with Down Syndrome. A senior at Carter High School in Winston-Salem, she currently stays at Imprints Cares before and after school. Ashlyn works part-time at Moji Coffee and loves her job! She also works at a daycare through Carter High School two days a week for a few hours. Ashlyn has been on the Innovation Waiver list since 2006 at Center Point Human Services which is now Cardinal Innovations. Per Cardinal Innovations, she is in the top 10% for receiving the Innovation Waiver but may continue to be on that list for years due to the number of slots available each year (none currently provided to Forsyth County). My husband and I do not have family in this area, and therefore need services for Ashlyn so that we can continue to work. Ashlyn plans to continue to work at Moji and apply for another part-time job, as well as attend a Day Program part time. Ashlyn has ADHS and anxiety.  She also has aids for her hearing loss. We desperately need transportation services to/from work or a day program and daily support until her until her father or I get off work.      


See Jeremy's video! >>> https://youtu.be/lAmfYod061s Jeremy was born with Down syndrome and a host of other medically, confusing diagnoses. They included duodenal atresia, speech apraxia, mitro-value prolapse, etc. He is the only person our physicians know who also has (FSH) Muscular Dystrophy. He’s now 35 and doing great.  Continue reading