Well the Glo Party was a BIG SUCCESS based upon the special needs kids having a blast playing games, creating a black light art piece, and showing off their moves at the Glo Party Dance. It was also a success if you consider that we had a fantastic presentation by Darla Farmer, CEO, and founder of Hope for Three.
Charlene Turner and Diana Floris met in 2011 in Sugar Land, Texas. Both having children with disabilities, they shared a mutual desire to start a school for students with special needs -- a school that would provide a year round education, enhanced by brain-based science.
Welcome to the Reactor Room. As on ABC’s “Shark Tank,” in which budding entrepreneurs peddle ideas to titans of industry to invest and bring a plan to market, an autistic adult, called a “Reactor,” shares his or her passions with “Activators.” Those passions involve working with others, an idea for a business or an invention. In turn, the Activators, a panel of entrepreneurs, business leaders and social innovators, share connections and ideas to help the participant find not just a job but a meaningful career.
Filled with real-life stories and hard-earned wisdom, this book shines a light on the possibilities and blessings that come when parents see their new purpose in life--which was God's purpose for them all along.