All people regardless of ability
have the right to a good life.

SPARK – Supporting people with developmental disabilities through advocacy, resources and kindness

All people regardless of ability
have the right to a good life.

SPARK – Supporting people with developmental disabilities through advocacy, resources and kindness

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Did you know that we have a resource directory on our website? 👇

jcmbs.com/resource-directory/

If you would like to be listed on our website please email Liz Hargrave at ehargrave@jcmbs.com.

All resources must either be for people with developmental disabilities or local resources for Johnson County residents.
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When I was in school I was bullied to and I was disabled and I was in special education classes and people made fun of me it was not nice that’s why everybody needs to treat everybody with respect and sometimes we don’t get it because you know sometimes you know the community say is they want to hire the disabled kids it

I was bullied constantly through middle and high school for being on the spectrum (I also have learning disabilities). I just didn't understand social cues and paid the price for it. It got so bad that I had to change schools. Later on, I received a Masters degree in History. The article linked delves into how I want to educate others. baltimoreraven87.medium.com/blaze-berdahl-is-autumn-blevins-if-the-voiceover-actress-had-learning...

And I will always back and I will always back up a disabled person even if I don’t know them

Join us tomorrow!

Local agencies which support individuals with disabilities (JCBS, RISE Community Services , WILS , Abilities LLC , and Center for Human Services - Missouri ) are hosting a zoom with the goal of bringing together self-advocates, advocates, supporters, businesses and other interested parties to share ideas, concerns, suggestions, etc. to create changes within our community to better enrich the lives of our friends and family members with disabilities and to promote inclusion.

We welcome anyone who supports the disability community to the Zoom meeting tomorrow because ideas and suggestions from other organizations and people in other counties can greatly help us in creating our fledgling group.

DATE: Thursday, June 23rd
TIME: 1:30pm
PLACE: Zoom/online

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Join us tomorrow!

Local agencies which support individuals with disabilities (JCBS, RISE Community Services , WILS , Abilities LLC , and Center for Human Services - Missouri ) are hosting a zoom with the goal of bringing together self-advocates, advocates, supporters, businesses and other interested parties to share ideas, concerns, suggestions, etc. to create changes within our community to better enrich the lives of our friends and family members with disabilities and to promote inclusion. 

We welcome anyone who supports the disability community to the Zoom meeting tomorrow because ideas and suggestions from other organizations and people in other counties can greatly help us in creating our fledgling group. 

DATE: Thursday, June 23rd
TIME: 1:30pm
PLACE: Zoom/online

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Yesterday was the first day of summer and the last game of the season for Bright Sox ☀️ 🥎 💙 💛

We want to thank everyone who made this season a success: the players, families, fans, coaches, volunteers, and our partners Warrensburg Parks and Rec City of Warrensburg Government Abilities LLC Behavioral Health Holdings Expanding Horizons Community Services RISE Community Services Cox Family Farm, Robert Taylor Insurance, and our community! We could do none of this without you ❤️

Don't forget to join us for the Bright Sox End-of-Season Pool Party on Friday, July 8th from 7:15 p.m. - 8:45 p.m. at the Nassif Aquatic Center 🌊
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Yesterday was the first day of summer and the last game of the season for Bright Sox ☀️ 🥎 💙 💛

We want to thank everyone who made this season a success: the players, families, fans, coaches, volunteers, and our partners Warrensburg Parks and Rec City of Warrensburg Government Abilities LLC Behavioral Health Holdings Expanding Horizons Community Services RISE Community Services Cox Family Farm, Robert Taylor Insurance, and our community! We could do none of this without you ❤️

Dont forget to join us for the Bright Sox End-of-Season Pool Party on Friday, July 8th from 7:15 p.m. - 8:45 p.m. at the Nassif Aquatic Center 🌊Image attachmentImage attachment

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I would really like to get Aidan involved with this but it’s difficult with him in the heat. They trigger seizures. But it looks like so much fun

Looks like they all had great time playing baseball games

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