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

Dustin Blackburn and Richard Schatz won first at Special Olympics state basketball this spring!

“I worked hard and am proud of my medal,” said Richard. 

The basketball game was difficult and went into overtime. In the end, Richard scored the winning two-pointer with a shot from the field, but he could not have done it without his teammates. Dustin plays forward on the team and goes wherever he is needed to defend his teammates. 

Wed, 06/07/2017
Mosaic in Colorado Springs

 by Brandon Hanson, Independent Contract Coordinator

Wed, 06/07/2017
Mosaic in Colorado Springs

Excerpt from Pikes Peak Therapeutic Riding Center website: Originally called Acts 19:11 because of the “miracles” of therapeutic riding, PPTRC started in 1981 after several families asked Gay O’Rourke for horseback riding lessons for their children with disabilities and illnesses. Currently, PPTRC provides approximately 2600 classes per year to an average of 110 clients per week.

Thanks to the devotion of Mosaic at Home providers, Kim Halischak and Paula Sperry, the people they each serve have benefitted greatly from a local therapeutic program. 

Wed, 06/07/2017
Mosaic in Colorado Springs

 by Jessica Frank, Independent Contract Program Manager

Anthony Croudy is served by our Mosaic at Home program, and I have so enjoyed getting to know him in my role as an Independent Contract Program Manager. 

Wed, 06/07/2017
Mosaic in Colorado Springs

 by Vanessa Mason, Administrative Coordinator

Wed, 06/07/2017
Mosaic in Colorado Springs

Kim Halischak, Mosaic at Home Provider

Nominated By: Amanda Thomas, Associate Director

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