|The Choraleers||All Year Long|
|Heal the World||by Madeeya|
On Thursday, May 12, 2016 we made these cat toys for a new group that
we have called Heal the World because we wanted to give back to our community.
We took different colored socks and white socks and stuffed the
socks with stuffing from a pillow and cat nip.
The cat toys will go to our local animal shelter called Happy Tails.
Way to go Heal The World Group and Toni !
|Visitors||April 29, 2016|
Yesterday we had two new visitors at Day Treatment: Cocoa and Daisy
Two adorable Guinea Pigs stopped by to say "hello!"
We enjoyed their visit and some of us didn't want to let them go!
|Baby Shower||By Madeeya Stovall|
On Thursday, April 7, 2016, We had Molly's Baby Shower. We played baby games.
We also watched Molly open her baby gifts.
We had grilled hotdogs and a potluck with some very good food!
Congrats again Molly on your new baby boy. We are so happy for you and Ben!
|Educating||April 15, 2016|
Last Friday, Shelly, Madeeya, Tarik, Shelley, and Larry drove down to Moline
and did a presentation to a bunch of school age children (third through eighth graders) about what it was
like growing up with at disability, living with a disability and the frustrations
of having a disability. We did our presentation at the Temple School.
The staff and children were wonderful and to the delight of the residents, the children proudly announced that they
were not afraid of people in wheelchairs.
This was the dream of Shelly and Shelley, to go out into schools and educate children to not be afraid of them. As Shelly will tell you, if you see me in Walmart just say hello!!
We have done this presentation at the P-town high school health class a few times and at the Christian Lutheran School in Sterling once. It is a great educational experience for children to see and understand that a wheelchair is merely a device that facilitates transportation--not a wall that seperates the person in the wheelchair from the person walking around.
We hope to do more presentations in the future!
|EASTER||by Madeeya Stovall|
On Wednesday, March 23, 2016, we colored Easter Eggs for Easter at D.T. We colored them all different colors like red, pink, green, blue, yellow, and orange. We also made egg salad out of the eggs on Thursday, March 24, 2016. We had a lot of fun coloring the eggs and making egg salad out of them!
|Soccer Championships||by Madeeya Stovall|
On Tuesday February 23, 2016
We had our last soccer championship game against the Lyndon Champs and the P - town all - stars.
The game was very intense and in overtime the P-town all stars came out on top with a score of 9 to 8
Congrats P - town All -stars on the win!
|Getting STRONG||February 3, 2016|
People make New Year resolutions to exercise and then by February they are all forgotten.
Ours are NOT forgotten!
We want to be strong!!
|Soccer Game||by Madeeya|
On Tuesday, January 19, 2016 We had our 4th power soccer game against the Lyndon Champs and the Prophetstown All Stars. The game was very intense, But the Prophetstown All Stars came out on top this time! The final score of the game was 11 - 9 Way to go Prophetstown All Stars!
|You are so Beautiful!||January 22, 2016|
No doubt about it the MOST beautiful women in the world are at DT!!
Our ladies worked on their gorgeous at Girl Talk yesterday.
|Sports Fanatics||by Madeeya|
On Thursday, January 7th, 2016, we had our Sports Fanatics group. Tarik was the top winner for the residents and Kathy was the top winner for the staff. It was also "Jersey Day" on Thursday so everyone got to wear their favorite sports team jersey. BEARS OR PACKERS — way to go everyone!
Winning Wheels Day Treatment Program showcases the talents of Winning Wheels & STRIVE residents at the Lyndon Progress Center. The Winning Wheels and STRIVE residents are proud of their progress in therapy and developmental training.