Thu, 06/15/2017
Mosaic in Beatrice

Beatrice Fire Department came out to learn more about Mosaic. We're so thankful for them and all they do for us!

Fri, 06/09/2017
Mosaic in Beatrice

A life of possibilities. We say that all the time at Mosaic. 

The pomp of a graduation ceremony seems to speak the same thing: a life of possibilities.

Those possibilities are almost palpable for a number of people served by Mosaic as they achieve graduation milestones this time of year. With their families, they look toward the future with optimism and excitement.

Fri, 06/09/2017
Mosaic in Western Colorado

Mosaic in Western Colorado is pleased to announce that one of our volunteers, Dr. Ann Gillies, has been awarded the 2017 Dan B. Davidson Award for Excellence in Inclusion by the Colorado Developmental Disabilities Council. 

Dr. Ann Gillies, has been volunteering for Mosaic in Western Colorado since 2014. Ann is an Exceptional Learner and Special Education Coordinator and an Assistant Professor of Teacher Education at Colorado Mesa University (CMU).

Wed, 06/07/2017
Mosaic in Colorado Springs

by Cheryl Wicks, Executive Director

We have been springing into action to advocate for the people we serve. In February, employees and people supported by Mosaic attended the Intellectual and Developmental Disability Awareness Day at the Capitol in Denver. We heard first-hand from Legislators on the importance of the work we do. Our team rallied together and left notes and business cards in the legislators’ offices. 

Wed, 06/07/2017
Mosaic in Colorado Springs

 by Vanessa Mason, Administrative Coordinator

Fri, 06/02/2017
Mosaic in Denver

Get your finest dress and your fanciest shoes. It’s time to dance. Mosaic is bringing back, for the second year, our version of a summer formal: “Tinseltown 2017 – A Mosaic in Denver Production.” With a team of volunteers who are planning, guiding, and directing, on July 22 we will host an amazing event that will be fun for everyone. Last year at the closing of “City Under the Stars 2016,” we had many requests to have another dance. We were excited to announce at the end of April the plans for Tinseltown 2017. 

Fri, 06/02/2017
Mosaic in Denver

Alex started his career at Chuck Latham Associates, Inc. more than seven years ago. He had finished high school and was seeking meaningful opportunities to fill his days. Through a mutual friend of his family and Kathy Latham, Chuck’s wife, Alex got connected to Chuck Latham Associates. Alex worked two days a week for a few hours a day. He seemed content and never missed a day. He shredded paper, worked on bagging samples of various products, and folded advertisements and letters to be sent out; he pretty much kept to himself. 

Fri, 06/02/2017
Mosaic in Denver

Arsema and her beautiful family had another person with a disability in their home at the time and felt they were ready to share their hearts with another person. They were welcoming to Janelle, making her feel a part of a family, which she felt was missing from her life. Arsema’s warm personality and engaging smile helped Janelle feel at home, and she decided this was where she wanted to be. 

Fri, 05/26/2017
Mosaic in Delaware

 On Thursday, April 27, we hosted our Fifth Annual Partners in Possibilities Fundraising Luncheon. The purpose of this luncheon is to raise money and awareness to fulfill the needs of the people we serve at Mosaic.

Mon, 05/22/2017
Mosaic in Central Iowa

Mosaic in Central Iowa welcomes a growing number of volunteers who want to get connected to Mosaic’s mission each year. Whether it’s a one-time corporate group or an individual who meets monthly with a person in service, our volunteers give abundantly of their time and talents to create new possibilities for the adults with intellectual disabilities we serve in Central Iowa.

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