It is always great to be able to get on the road, tour wonderful programs and meet all those who are helping so many different types of students. Trips this past spring included visiting programs in Kansas, Texas, Hawaii, California, and Wisconsin. Here are some of the highlights.
In Texas, I was honored to be invited to attend the graduation of a student from the Fushear Transition program. Everyone was beaming and congratulating the beautiful young lady on all of her hard work and accomplishments.
We were invited guests to Rogers Memorial annual fundraising luncheon. All the invitees donated stuffed animals for the children who are currently being treated at Rogers. For this year's Keynote address, the speakers at the luncheon chose the topic of Scrupulosity. Scrupulosity is a distortion of a person's religious views to the point of interfering with daily living. Rogers Memorial incorporates their Chaplin Corp as an integral part of the treatment team when treating Scrupulosity.
While highlighting only a few of the programs that I toured, I am extremely grateful for all the hospitality of the programs that I did tour. Everyone gave very generously of their time and I was humbled by all of the good work that people do on behalf of children, teens and young adults.
It was a very busy spring season. I can not wait to see what the rest of the year has in store!