LOGAN Annual Report
LOGAN 2014 Outcomes Management Report
LOGAN Recreation New activities for January for children, young adults, and adults
LOGAN Bullying Prevention Program
Applications available for 2015 Indiana Youth
The Great LOGAN Nose-On
2015 Honorary Chair
Bob King, Senior Vice President, The Medical Foundation
For all the ways to Show You Nose, click here
to the Nose-On Luncheon
Tuesday, March 24
hosted by WNDU-TV News Anchor Maureen McFadden
click here for reservations!
Luncheon Speaker Lauren Potter
Lauren is best known for her role as Becky Jackson on the hit television series, Glee.
She has become an outstanding role model for those with Down Syndrome. Lauren is thrilled to be using the public “voice”
that her acting role has given her to speak out for other people with disabilities who may not have the same opportunities.
Bowling for Autism April 25
In conjunction with Autism Awareness Month,
this annual bowling event in April takes place at Kelley’s Bowl in St. Joseph, Michigan, and features a fun evening of bowling,
food and beverage, raffles, and more—all to benefit LOGAN’s Autism Learning Center of Southwest Michigan. Join the fun on April 25!
Click here to become a sponsor of the 2015 Bowling for Autism
Autism Learning Center SW Michigan Featured on WNDU
"Canines for Kids," an outreach program of Healing Paws, Inc. of Southwest Michigan, has begun bringing therapy dogs to
the Autism Learning Center of Southwest Michigan. The program will teach young people to trust and care for other living creatures as well as enhance the
learning and communication of special education students on the autism spectrum. Kristin Wier, Clinical Director of the ALC, Southwest Michigan,
was interviewed for the story. View the story at wndu.com.
2015 Outreach Series
Programs for the 2015 Outreach Series have been scheduled through May. Click here for the schedule.
Looking for a special gift, accessory, or item of clothing for LOGAN friends and family? Now, personalized
LOGAN items are for sale at our own LOGAN shop. Order clothing, accessories, outerwear and more at
Peer Awareness Coaching Now Offered at LOGAN
LOGAN now offers Peer Awareness Sessions for school age children grades 1-6. The goals of these sessions, presented in a child friendly manner,
are threefold: Create Understanding about disabilities, Increase Awareness of everyone's abilites, and Foster Acceptance of one another.
The presentations vary according to time availability, usually lasting 30-45 minutes. Please click here for more information and to schedule a free
Peer Awareness Session.
Respite Provider Agencies in Indiana
Respite services provide families with temporary relief from the sometimes 24 hour a day job of supervising and supporting a person with a disability. Respite is an option for any child, adolescent, or adult with disabilities. Respite services can provide relief and can help all family members feel energized, including the person with a disability who spends time with trained personnel. IIDC has updated its online listing of respite provider agencies in Indiana. Visit iidc.indiana to view the list.