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COVID-19 Front line workers – Thank You

The coronavirus (COVID-19) has taken the world by storm. It is something that is affecting every one of us daily. There are conversations about what to do, when to do it, and how we should go about it. The problem with all these questions is the absence of clear answers. While pandemics are not new, […]

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Opportunity for All painting of Lewis and Clark as they look out across the new land.

Opportunity for ALL

Opportunity for ALL guides what we do each day. Hanging in my office is the painting you see above. It was painted by Brian Hart and depicts Lewis and Clark looking at the unknown that lied ahead. When we experience things for the first time, there is both excitement and fear. When our clients find […]

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Assistive technology being demonstrated. This is one of the ways disability does not have the last word.

Disability Does Not Have the Last Word

How many times have you heard someone say, “I’m too old to _______,” or “I’m too young to ________?” This is common language many of use will use, but it’s simply not true. In the disability services industry, we frequently see self-limiting language used by those we serve. They begin to limit what is possible […]

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A white piece of paper with the word "internship" written in a black marker on a pin board help up by push pins.

Advice for Surviving Internship

        Throughout undergrad, internship was something I knew I had to do before I could finish my degree and take the certification exam, but for the first year or two of school, I didn’t know much about it. I went to every presentation or talk about internship that I could. However, it […]

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Avery with blonde hair standing on the left and amy with black hair standing on the right in front of a wooded area.

Meet our Music Therapy Interns

The Star Center Music Therapy Department has been busy this summer with the addition of two new interns, Amy Wigginton and Avery Hartman, to their team. Amy is from Flower Mound, Texas and Avery is from Nashville, Tennessee. Amy has two siblings, one older sister and one younger brother, and Avery has one older sister.  […]

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