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A Virtual Blessing

A Virtual Blessing

“Thumbs up! I love all of the virtual classes. I think they are wonderful.” - Sharon, participates in Bingo, Jeopardy, sing alongs, scrabble, seated exercise/meditation & concerts One year into the pandemic, Reimagine’s virtual campus is going strong—Zumba, art,...

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Vaccines Explained

Vaccines Explained

The COVID-19 Virus and the Vaccine Explained As much as many of us hoped the start of a new year would bring some relief from the pandemic, we find ourselves still in its center. As a service provider to people with disabilities – many of whom are at high-risk of...

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Learning is Forever

Learning is Forever

Learning is Forever and For All of Us   By Marsalee Malatesta, Chief of Services, Health and Wellness, Reimagine On the surface, people with disabilities may seem completely different than people without disabilities. But dive deeper, and you’ll find that people with...

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People with Disabilities Get Out the Vote

People with Disabilities Get Out the Vote

People with Disabilities Get Out the Vote By Dr. Glenn Motola An estimated 38 million eligible voters have disabilities. Now more than ever, it is important for this diverse group of voters to participate in the electoral process. Just like people without...

Plateaus

Plateaus

There’s No Such Thing as Plateaus: Allison’s Reimagine StoryBy Brenda Deeley When our daughter Allison was born with Down syndrome twenty years ago, people told us not to despair because children with Down syndrome are so happy and loving – they hug everybody. So much...

Virtual Programming

Virtual Programming

Virtual Programming Keeps Possibilities Alive for People with Disabilities

In a time when we must remain distant, Reimagine continues to reach out and connect with clients through virtual classes.

Understanding COVID-19

Understanding COVID-19

Understanding COVID-19 When You Have Developmental/Intellectual Disabilities By: Dr. Glenn Motola, PSY. D., CEO, Reimagine Like so many parents of children with special needs, I am watching my 20-year-old daughter struggle to understand the coronavirus pandemic. I try...