The Summer 2021 e-newsletter for families, friends, and supporters of the One Vision community.
Elaine says she never dreamed about moving to Clear Lake, but now is so happy she did. As her home in Glenwood started to need a lot of upkeep and work done to it, and Lisa was traveling the 8 hours to help her, Lisa and her siblings started to look at other options. Lisa said her mom was not the one needing care or assistance, as she was independent, but it was her house that was needing a lot of attention.
We are delighted to announce Jennifer Bauer has rejoined our organization as Chief Operating Officer as of April 5, 2021. With over 20 years of experience working with people of all ages who experience a range of disabilities, she will oversee OV’s Disability Services
Early diagnosis and therapy make all the difference in the world for kids with Autism and their families.
Our organization began as a vision. An idea that the lives of people with Intellectual/Developmental Disabilities and Brain Injuries deserved to be so much more than what most of society in the 1970s and before thought them to be capable of. Our founders believed in the right to live with opportunities for dignity for all people with disabilities.
Read the latest issue of our One Vision Newsletter--wherever you are! We are excited to announce our 8th Annual J. Brooks Walk-A-Block for Autism Awareness is back this April. Learn about our OV award winners and new staff, PLUS we will be having a big celebration this fall!
One Vision's Virtual Fall Fundraiser 2020
Fall update from One Vision's CEO Mark Dodd
Gardening brings joy and tasty eats
Fort Dodge, Employment Solutions
Chief Development Officer
Gaining independence while connecting to wider world
One Vision and Exceptional Persons, Inc. have concluded that at this time it is not in the best interest of the organizations, their constituents, or the advancement of their missions to create a partnership.
One Vision announced today the development of a partnership with long-term collaborator Exceptional Persons, Inc., headquartered in Waterloo. The partnership comes as a direct result of dramatic changes in the service and funding environments, both at state and national levels.
During the annual J. Brooks Walk a Block for the Children's Autism Center, families shared with local television station KIMT News 3 their experience with a autism.
Jeff Osmanson has joined One Vision’s executive leadership team as chief business development officer. Jeff started his role in February.
Representatives from the Rabiner Treatment Center (RTC) Board of Directors on March 11 presented One Vision with $17,000 in funding to support two different areas of the organization’s realm of services.
While Christine Golden has many different and unique responsibilities at her job at Redeemer Preschool & Daycare in Ventura, her favorite day to go work is Friday.
The walk, planned April 13, 2019, will raise funds for the One Vision Children’s Autism Center, raise awareness for families affected by autism.
As construction on Glen Oaks Community in Clear Lake continues through the winter months, three townhomes comprising the Terraces at Glen Oaks are complete and ready for tours.