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Team Members Bring Peace to Echoing Hills

If possible, so far as it depends on you, live peaceably with all. -Romans 12:18 So then let us pursue what makes for peace and for mutual upbuilding. -Romans 14:19 Peace is an inner quality that includes quiet confidence, courage, and composure. It regulates anxiety and worry within ourselves. During times of chaos, it brings […]

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Echoing Hills Welcomes SW Ohio Regional Director

Kim Broadnax is Echoing Hills’ new Southwest Ohio Regional Director, bringing over 26 years of experience working with individuals with disabilities. She started in direct care but, over the years, has served in roles of management, executive leadership, and, most recently, as the Superintendent of Operations for the state of Arizona. Kim knew early in […]

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Bright, Warm, and Funny – Meet Keenan

Keenan is bright, easy to talk to, warm, and funny. He is also autistic. Keenan’s abilities and talents are proof that a diagnosis doesn’t define you. Having his first computer at the age of 7, Keenan has loved technology from a young age. He recalls enjoying playing the game Chuzzle during those early years. These days he […]

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Avalene Neininger – Staff Development Director

When you look at Avalene Neininger’s resume, you see common themes – working with individuals with disabilities, teaching, and training. These skills make her the perfect fit as Echoing Hills’ new Staff Development Director. Avalene, or Avy as she is known to many, had not been looking to make a career change, but after researching […]

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Benefits of Service-Volunteer

Many people feel called to volunteer. Some call it a mission; others may refer to it as a calling. The reasons to serve are as numerous and unique as the volunteer opportunities out there. Choosing to volunteer at a place such as a summer camp is sure to improve your physical health. You are active […]

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Team Members Bring Joy to Echoing Hills

These things I have spoken to you, that my joy may be in you, and that your joy may be full. -John 15:11 Count it all joy, my brothers, when you meet trials of various kinds, for you know that the testing of your faith produces steadfastness. -James 1:2-3 What is joy? “Joy comes from […]

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Community Love Spreads Joy

Community Living of Central Ohio had its annual Valentine’s party on February 12. This year’s party was a little more joyful thanks to the outpour of love from the community. As we shared in our blog Cristy – An Example of Love at Echoing Hills, employees, their family and friends, and community members provided treats, […]

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Cristy – An Example of Love at Echoing Hills

There is a song called “What the World Needs Now Is Love.” Although the song was released almost 60 years ago, the message rings true more now than ever. Luckily, there are people all around who look for opportunities to show love. To spread happiness to others. We would like you to meet one such […]

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March is Disability Awareness Month

In the United States, there are over 6 million individuals that have developmental disabilities. These disabilities can include autism, cerebral palsy, down syndrome, intellectual disability, muscular dystrophy, spina bifida, and traumatic brain injuries. Since 1987, the month of March is known as National Developmental Disabilities Awareness Month. In his proclamation, the late President Ronald Reagan […]

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Frequently Asked Questions

We often get questions about who we are, where we are located, whom we serve, and how we serve. We are excited to announce our new Frequently Asked Questions page on our website. There is a lot to know about Echoing Hills and the wonderful programs and services we offer. Echoing Hills is a non-profit […]

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