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Choices 2005 Winter

December 24, 2005

Choices Winter 2005 Project Opportunity A few months ago, Vanderbilt Children’s Hospital, in Nashville, TN received a startup grant from Vocational Rehabilitation to develop and implement Project Opportunity, a dynamic new initiative to provide job experience and opportunities to high school seniors with developmental disabilities. Modeled after a highly successful program at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital…

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Community Options, Inc. has been accepted into New Jersey’s 2006/2007 Employees Charitable Campaign

December 14, 2005

December 14, 2005 Community Options, Inc. (COI) has recently been accepted into New Jersey’s 2006/2007 Employees Charitable Campaign. The campaign is managed by the United Way of Greater Mercer County and includes 33 federations, charitable fundraising organizations, and their member agencies as well as 107 unaffiliated agencies. New Jersey’s Employees Charitable Campaign (ECC) raises money…

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NJN News – James Wright

November 18, 2005

2005 NJN News airs a segment featuring 16-year-old James Wright, a Community Options-supported individual who plays basketball each week and enjoys full participation in community life. Many thanks to NJN for its coverage of James and, a story that highlights the fact that a disability is not an obstacle to enjoying a full life.

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Choices 2005 Fall

October 25, 2005

Choices Fall 2005 Senator Jon Corzine Supports Community Options “Part of strong leadership for our State means providing new opportunities for New Jersey that make sense to both our budget and our values. I commend Community Options for empowering people with disabilities through employment and residential opportunities that make independence for people with disabilities a…

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Choices 2005 Summer

August 25, 2005

Choices Summer 2005 In This Issue Community Star COE Gains Accreditation National Upcoming Events Executive Director Spotlight “Flight of the Kites” Good News Stories Your Donation Counts! Community Options Rallies What’s Going Community Star Dan Connell has been an active member of the Mercer County Community since 1992. Dan’s home is one of the first…

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Robert Stack met with New Mexico's Governor Richardson

April 18, 2005

April 18, 2005 Robert Stack met with New Mexico’s Governor Richardson in Boston and talked about services for persons with traumatic brain injury. As of last week the Governor signed legislation appropriating over $2 million additional dollars in New Mexico for persons with traumatic brain injury.

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Choices 2004 Winter

October 30, 2004

Choices – Winter 2004 December 1, 2004 To All Community Options Employees, The holiday season is a time for friends and family, for thinking about the past year and making plans for the future. As the President of Community Options I’d like to personally thank all of you for making room in your lives for…

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Choices 2004 Fall

October 30, 2004

Choices Fall 2004 In This Issue Our Friend In New Jersey A Sweet PartnerShop Pittsburgh Office Celebrates 10th Anniversary With A Tribute To, Andrea Geraghty Bill Introduced To Provide More Money For Direct Care Staff Welcome Home Claire! New Offices In Tennessee and Texas Your Donation Counts! Community Options, Inc. 16 Farber Road Princeton, NJ…

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Choices 2004 Summer

July 27, 2004

Choices – Summer 2004 In This Issue Of Missions and Milestones Groundwork for Tomorrow What Working for COI Means? What Consumers Say About COI? Homeward Bound Congratulations! COBAC Spotlight Target Hits the Mark Forward Thinking in New York Building Blocks Campaign Success Corner National Special Events Calendar Spreading the Word Empowerment Through the Entrepreneurial Spirit…

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The Community is Calling Your Name

June 14, 2004

People with Disabilities Magazine | June 2004 | Article.pdf by Maryann B. Hunsberger Ed Palermo is itching to put someone in handcuffs. The Robbinsville resident, 49, wants to accompany his bounty-hunter brother on a job assignment. “He goes after people who jump bail. I want to put the handcuffs on.” Palermo could never have imagined…

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