The latest news from Echoing Hills

Fruit of the Spirit – #1

Love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness, and self-control are known as the Fruit of the Spirit (Galatians 5:22). The presence, and absence, of these attributes can affect every aspect of our lives personally and professionally. We all face challenges. We may want to blame these on someone else or certain circumstances; however, what […]

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Congratulations Eileen Koehler

Eileen Koehler has been the Director of Nursing for Echoing Hills of Northeast Ohio since 2018. She will soon say goodbye to this position as she prepares for her new role, Director of Quality and Strategic Implementation, a new position at Echoing Hills. GROWING UP Eileen has worked with individuals with disabilities professionally for over […]

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Looking For Stars in a Dark Sky

As we reflect on 2020, we see COVID has brought sadness, worry, and sacrifice. There have been trying times – physically, emotionally, and mentally. There has been darkness. However, as Martin Luther King, Jr. said, “Only in the darkness can you see the stars.” These stars – the bright spots, our shimmer of light during […]

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Autism and Christmas

Christmas is a fun and magical time of year for many people; however, the excitement the holiday brings can sometimes be difficult for individuals with autism and their families. That is not to say they do not enjoy Christmas. Traditions and routines may just look different from your own celebrations. Jen is a mother to […]

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2020 Echoing Hills Christmas Message

A Prayer, a Blessing and a Message of Hope! Tim Neville, President/CEO along with Donnis Meek, Chaplain bring a message of hope during this season when we celebrate the greatest gift of all. May God richly bless you this holiday season. https://vimeo.com/491754713

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Christmas creativity! Merry crafting!

  The joy of Christmas is in the air. You can feel it this year more than ever and individuals who reside at Echoing Hills Community Living throughout the state of Ohio have been getting in the spirit by making holiday crafts. Crafting is a great way to get creative while spending time together with […]

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Learn, Educate, and Protect

Every day we learn more about COVID-19. We know the symptoms of the virus and things we can do to keep others and ourselves safe. As more information is collected, our knowledge grows, including those who may be more at risk. Annals of Internal Medicine  recently published a study that focused on COVID-19 and Down […]

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Happy and Safe Holidays!

The holiday season is upon us and COVID cases continue to rise. We want to partake in traditional activities; however, we need to be cautious to protect others and ourselves. This year we may have to alter some things we typically do; however, this does not mean we can’t celebrate the holidays. There are ways […]

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Make a Difference – Honor Your Loved One

This year has changed our definition of normal.  Instead of learning in a classroom, children are learning virtually; meetings once held in the boardroom, now completed in the dining room via Zoom; and praise and worship done together in pews, we now stream from our own couch. This year has been one that has brought […]

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ICF or Waiver

ICFs and Waiver Services – Which Is The Better Option? When someone has an Intellectual and/or Developmental Disability there can be questions about the best place to live as they get older. Will they live with family or a friend, on their own, or in a group setting? Waiver Services and Intermediate Care Facilities (ICFs) […]

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