First leading a life with challenges, Chato has now found true belonging in a family who loves him.
Mosaic in Axtell’s facilities person judges the quality of her team’s work using the standard of a personal home: if you wouldn’t do that in your own home, you shouldn’t do it in the homes we provide for people. She’s met great success.
Siblings Nathan and Riri were separated when an emergency caused them to move into group homes. Through Mosaic at Home, and a loving home provider, the two are together again, and the provider says, “I never want to give them up.”
Read how technology, purchased with donor gifts, made it possible for people Mosaic supports to find a calm, quiet place in the middle of a busy, full day.
While valued as a great worker, Jory’s gentle manner and kindness endears him to others—both on the job and away from it.
As a child, Mary Otto was called “Mary Sunshine” by her family. Today, she tries to tell you that’s no longer true–but don’t believe her. This “sassy” senior spreads joy among those who know her.
A great community partnership brings Mosaic artists’ work to the public in the Freedom of Expression exhibit.
Nick, who has IDD, is living a life of laughter and choices
To celebrate National Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities Awareness Month, we’re sharing stories that illustrate how people served by Mosaic make choices to live their life their way. This is Holden’s. #MyDayMyWay