Scenes from a recent one-on-one field trip to Washington DC! Tessa, our Deaf Services manager and an individual in Humanim’s Personal Support Services had an exciting day at the National Mall, Memorial Parks, and Cherry Blossom Festival.Continue reading "Personal Supports Services Trip to Washington DC"
This year’s #CelebrateDifferences campaign focuses on providing information and resources for communities to be more aware of autism, and promote acceptance and inclusion.Continue reading "April is Autism Acceptance Month"
Brain Injury Awareness Month provides a platform for educating the general public about the incidence of brain injury and the needs of people with brain injuries and their families.Continue reading "March is Brain Injury Awareness Month 2021"
March is Developmental Disabilities Awareness Month! In recognition of #DDawareness2021, we’re sharing the stories of a few individuals empowered by Humanim.Continue reading "March is Developmental Disabilities Awareness Month"
February Program Spotlight: This month we spotlight our Evidence Based Practice Supported Employment (EBSE) program.Continue reading "February Program Spotlight: Evidence Based Practice Supported Employment"
As part of Black History Month 2021, the Maryland DOL highlighted Charles, Talent Manager for Developmental Disability Services at Humanim, and Kieshawn, a graduate of Humanim’s Admin Career Training Program.Continue reading "Maryland Department of Labor Highlights Humanim Testimonials During BHM"
In recognition of Developmental Disabilities Days at the Legislature (DD Days) this week, we are sharing how #DSPsMakeTheDifference.Continue reading "Virtual DD Days at the Legislature 2021"
Join Humanim for a Virtual Trivia Night! A great opportunity to spend virtual time with your favorite folks and engage in some fun and friendly competition – all while investing in impact initiatives in your community.Continue reading "Join Humanim for Trivia with an Impact"
In 2020 – together, with your support – we helped over 3,000 individuals make significant strides along their personal pathways to independence and employment. We wanted to share again, just a few of those stories.Continue reading "The Stories You Helped Write in 2020"