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By Margaret Feldman on on May 16, 2017
Lakeland Area Chamber Foundation supports Sunrise Community of Central Florida
Sunrise extends heartfelt thanks to the Lakeland Area Chamber Foundation for their generous donation to Sunrise Community of Central Florida. Their financial contribution of $800.00 will support the ongoing work Sunrise accomplishes at the Adult Day Training Center in the Lakeland area. Specifically, the funding will allow Sunrise to purchase an additional HP ProOne all-in-one touch screen computer to be used by Sunrise clients in their computer lab. “I want to congratulate Sunrise Community of Central Florida for the tremendous work they have accomplished this year.. We hope this fu...
By Sunrise Group on on May 4, 2017
ANCOR Announces 2017 DSP State Winners
Since 2007, The American Network of Community Options and Resources (ANCOR) has recognized Direct Support Professionals who personify the values of ANCOR’s National Advocacy Campaign. Nominees are judged on their success in helping people with disabilities build social networks, engage in substantive community participation and for advocating for the people they serve. This year, ANCOR received 245 nominations from 41 states and the District of Columbia. It's an honor to announce that two members of the Sunrise team were selected as 2017 ANCOR State Direct Support Professional Award Recipie...
By Rebecca McGuire on on April 5, 2017
Life without Limits 5 K in Connection
Mark your calendars -- lace up your sneakers -- register to run
By Rebecca McGuire on on March 10, 2017
It's that time of year --- St. Patrick's Day by guest blogger Hector
Is it that time of the year to wear green again yet?? Of course it is. St. Patrick is around the corner. It's the traditional Ireland that we all love. It's the day that most people wear green, and whoever it's not wearing green, he/she gets pinched.In college, I saw a few people wearing green on this day. I used to joke around people and pinched if they were not wearing green. Some people liked, some people did not. I only pinched people I know, and some cute girls to see how they would react. The cute girls just kissed me on the cheek, and the other people just gave warnings, " if you pinch...