Thu, 01/31/2019
Mosaic in Northern Colorado

Steve has always been an active guy. He enjoys biking and uses this as a way to get around town. He skis the slopes and wall climbs at a local climbing facility. Steve’s sometimes quiet and shy demeanor may fool you, but he also enjoys attending dances and will proudly show off the formal prom photos of his girlfriend and himself at an annual event.

Thu, 01/31/2019
Mosaic in Northern Colorado

Happy New Year! 2019 is well underway here at Mosaic in Northern Colorado. We are starting off busier than ever. The stories in this issue of our newsletter highlight some of the awesome things that have happened this past fall. I know you will enjoy hearing about our Direct Support Professionals and a bucket list adventure one of the people we support had the opportunity to experience!

Thu, 01/31/2019
Mosaic in Northern Colorado

Mosaic in Northern Colorado is very fortunate to have some of the best staff and providers in the area. They are great at learning our clients’ needs and providing the supports that work best for each person. Every year, Mosaic selects two Direct Support Professionals who have gone above and beyond what is expected of them for those they support and are awarded the Direct Support Provider of the Year Award.

Mon, 09/17/2018
Mosaic in Northern Colorado

For the last 18 years, Mosaic employees have given not only their time and talent, but also their treasure. In June, Mosaic kicked off the annual three-week employee giving campaign. Employees are given the opportunity to give back, if they chose, through a payroll deduction. Most contributions are only a couple dollars every paycheck, but those dollars add up to big results. 

Mon, 09/17/2018
Mosaic in Northern Colorado

Mosaic in Northern Colorado is very fortunate to have some of the best staff and providers in the area. They are great at learning our clients’ needs and providing the type of supports that work best for each person. In an effort to show how much we appreciate the long hours, extra miles, and commitment shown to those we serve, we have chosen to shine a spotlight on two individuals who deserve recognition. 

Genevieve Marmaduke 

Mon, 09/17/2018
Mosaic in Northern Colorado

This morning I took an Uber to work. I wasn’t expecting to discuss anything beyond the usual pleasantries – chilly morning, looking forward to fall, etc. My driver asked me about where I worked and we ended up talking about a young woman that she knows who has been on the services waiting list for eight years. She graduated from the school district’s transition program and now waits for an opportunity to be able to use the skills she has worked on to live the life she wants. She continues to hope for the day she can move in to her own place. She is not alone. 

Mon, 09/17/2018
Mosaic in Northern Colorado

On Monday afternoons, singing can be heard coming from the fellowship hall at St. Peter Lutheran Church. There is a tape recording of piano music playing and a mix of voices singing “This Little Light of Mine”; one of those voices a line behind the rest, but still articulating each word. If you step into the fellowship hall, you will see a group of adults sitting around a long table covered in coloring pages, crayons, and a craft project that corresponds with the afternoon’s Bible lesson. 

Thu, 05/17/2018
Mosaic in Northern Colorado

I am grateful for the new beginning spring offers. When the trees bloom, I like to think of it as a celebration after the cold winter months. We recently had our Partners in Possibilities luncheon, and I had the opportunity to share our celebrations and challenges. Just like our spring weather, we have some amazing days and then some that are a bit more rainy and cold! 

Over the past year, the generous support from our community has allowed us to continue fulfilling our mission, and we are blooming! 

Thu, 05/17/2018
Mosaic in Northern Colorado

National Volunteer Appreciation Week was April 15-21, and, in celebration, we have chosen to shine a spotlight on a volunteer who exemplifies generosity through contributions of time, talent and treasure, and inspires others to share their gifts. 

Rhonda Gray 

Thu, 05/17/2018
Mosaic in Northern Colorado

Mosaic in Northern Colorado is fortunate to have some of the best staff and providers in the area. They are great at learning our clients’ needs and providing the type of supports that work best for each person. In an effort to show how much we appreciate the long hours, extra miles, and commitment shown to those we serve, we have chosen to shine a spotlight on an individual who deserves recognition. 

Donna Bairey 

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