A “Chance” to Succeed

Meet Chance. Chance was referred to STAR Center in May 2017. He came to STAR Center with a Bachelor’s Degree and was looking for a company to give him an opportunity to prove his customer service skills and willingness to help others. Chance’s disability effects his vision and balance but, his goal has always been […]

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Finding Employment for Mohammad.

MEET MOHAMMAD. Mohammad was referred to STAR Center in September of 2018 needing assistance in obtaining employment. Mohammad had been diagnosed with a cognitive impairment, epilepsy, and with an orthopedic neurological impairment. He was very motivated to work but was unable to drive. After finding transportation assistance for Mohammad, STAR Center staff member, Kelly, began […]

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Hello, I’m in Therapeutic Sales

As a junior in high school considering potential career paths, “sales” never once entered my list of options. Many a band fundraiser had revealed my aversion to competition and discomfort with selling people, that I love, things they don’t need.  Incentives even seem to have the opposite effect on me – if there was a […]

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Non-Traditional Self-Care

I have always considered myself as terrible at self-care.  As therapists, it is a part of our DNA to give of ourselves and it is a proven necessity to replenish your give-abilities by taking some time and making some effort to focus on your own needs.  For the past 10 years I’ve thought I was just […]

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