Mosaic is celebrating National Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities Awareness Month by sharing stories of connection. Today’s story is from Mosaic in Northern Colorado and how they changed the look of their annual a Christmas pageant.
Cammy Wyatt uses the words “night and day” to describe the difference between the support her son Michael received at a different organization and the support he now receives at Mosaic. “I cannot say enough good about Mosaic,” Cammy said. “He is happy, safe and loved.”
What happened was a mix of circumstance, luck and a bit of divine intervention.
Faithfulness is so important to Mosaic’s model of whole-person healthcare. When the COVID-19 pandemic began, the question immediately became how to continue worship services to keep the people Mosaic serves connected to their spirituality without jeopardizing their physical health.
Wouldn’t it be great if that were the norm for all people with disabilities? March is National Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities Awareness Month. Our theme at Mosaic is about CONNECTION.
Mosaic is excited to announce growth in New England through the addition of Living Innovations to its network of services as of February 1. Living Innovations provides high-quality, personalized services to nearly 1,300 people in four New England states. Mosaic CEO, Linda Timmons, said aligning with a quality partner like Living Innovations will continue to strengthen and build higher quality services across the entire Mosaic network, which now serves 5,600 people in 13 states. Welcome Living Innovations!
The winter edition of Mosaic’s Promise magazine has been released! Highlights in this issue include a Special Report—Fighting Against the Pandemic, an overview of Mosaic’s Five-Year Strategic Plan, and a Letter from the President.
Mosaic has teamed up with a like-minded service, StationMD, which is a telemedicine physician practice that’s dedicated to providing medical care to people with intellectual and developmental disabilities.