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The structured recreation program allows Jackie to have a safe setting for outings and socialization. Jackie is able to lead a full life with her work and classes. Staff are able to help her with her unique physical, emotional and intellectual challenges, and are a very important part of her life.

Jackie is a developmentally disabled woman who has been cared for by her parents all of her life. Her mother passed away in January 2009 followed in December 2010 by her father. Change is hard for her and NCP staff were there for her throughout this difficult time. Her siblings have always known that they would need to step up and care for her and they depend on NCP for day programming for her.

She is unable to drive or work outside of a sheltered workshop setting. She depends on her day programming for transportation and meaningful work. She looks forward to working with vocational staff as they keep her reading, math and computer skills up. The structured recreation program allows her to have a safe setting for outings and socialization. Jackie takes particular pride in helping the Activities Coordinator to organize and run the Wii Bowling League at CVRC.

CVRC staff work with her on health and nutrition issues as well helping to prevent more serious health issues from developing. Jackie is able to lead a full life with her work and classes. Her case manager, service coordinator and other staff are able to help her with her unique physical, emotional and intellectual challenges. They are a very important part of her life.

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