Keynote Speaker at Caregiver Retreat

Kathy was the keynote speaker at the Caregiver Retreat, sponsored by the Oneida/Lewis County Arc, last Fall. The retreat provided families with a 24 hour period of education and networking relevant to caring for children and adults diagnosed with intellectual and other developmental disabilities. Family members and caregivers were given the opportunity to network and share experiences, along with some respite and a fun overnight experience.

Radiant Abilities Receives Business Award

Radiant Abilities was one of the recipients of the 3rd annual WISE/Y94FM Faces of Success award. This award recognizes clients of the WISE Women’s Business Center in Syracuse, NY, who have recently started, grown, and managed a business in Central New York and who exhibit true entrepreneurial and intrapreneurial spirit.

Five Minutes for Your Feedback and a Free E-book

In developing the personal and professional development video series for Radiant Abilities, it is crucial to us that we design the video trainings to meet your needs. We find there’s just not enough resources online talk about the strategies and tools helpful to living life happily and successfully with a disability. We really want and need your input on what would help you!

We have created some VERY BRIEF (should only take about five minutes) surveys to elicit some feedback. Pick what category best fits you and click on the link. Those who respond receive a free e-book of Firewalk: Embracing Different Abilities, Kathy’s self-help book about living fully with a disability. If you find you’re in more than one category, go ahead and complete all the surveys that apply to you. Here are the links to the surveys:

Community Corner

Community and mutual support is a priority at Radiant Abilities. Upon request, we’ll publish a notice about events and endeavors of people radiantly living their life with a disability. Contact us if you would like to submit a request.

If you’re so inclined, please support Ann Cruz, a young, dynamic woman with cerebral palsy, get a service dog which will increase her independence.