April was a terrific month for many reasons:
- We had the pleasure of working with one of the best University Centers of Excellence in Developmental Disabilities in the nation, The Nisonger Center at The Ohio State University. Dr. Marc Tassé, Director of the Nisonger Center, said “A great film and a thoughtful discussion.”
- We held two Hearts of Glass virtual events in our home community — one in English and one in Spanish. This was our first Spanish language event! The programming attracted a wide range of participants from middle and high school students and their parents and teachers to parents and educators of younger children with disabilities. The events were free and open to the entire Teton County Wyoming and Idaho communities thanks to support from First Republic Bank.
- We held our first Earth Day event. We worked with various groups at Wellesley College including Accessibility and Disability Resources, the Botanic Gardens, the Committee on Lectures and Cultural Events and the Frost Center for the Environment.