This is Direct Support Professional Recognition Week. Three DSPs share why they love helping those with IDD live the lives they choose.
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
The Rev. Dr. David deFreese has been associated with Mosaic’s ministry in different ways since his childhood. He is soon retiring after serving 10 years as Mosaic’s Vice President of Church Relations and International Programming. Read his reflections about the ministry.
Mosaic has always been more than just a place you go. On our 110th anniversary, read how it is the combined work of thousands of people who are the temporary caretakers of a God-inspired mission.
Serving people seems like a simple thing to do, and it is. But it also has to be supported by a complex system of processes to meet the requirements of receiving government funding. Learn a little about what that means at Mosaic.
In her 40-year career at Mosaic, Sally Montgomery has always looked forward to finding better ways to support people–including families and the workforce.
The summer 2022 edition of Promise, Mosaic’s national magazine, is now on our website. Read more stories of people we serve with intellectual and developmental disabilities leading bold lives, our latest advocacy efforts and more.
Growing social media phenomenon Chef Adam Libby has brought happiness to others through his videos and cooking demos. Recently, he was honored at the national Cheer Choice Awards!
April is Autism Awareness Month. Matt Simpson and James Gardner, two gentlemen served by Mosaic, speak about their diagnosis of autism and the importance of understanding.