April 2018 Nevins Newsletter! March was Developmental Disabilities Awareness Month and Nevins had the opportunity to celebrate and showcase our commitment to providing quality services and educating others on the opportunities that Nevins has to offer. Nevins attended the Metro School and East Mecklenburg Transitional Fairs, and these two events offered options for families and the support they need for post-secondary success for students needing ongoing services. We look forward to connecting with the families again in the future! Our 2nd Annual Chili-Cook off was a huge success! Thank you to everyone that came out to support Nevins, and thank you to our Nevins team, Rudy, Gail and Delores for a near perfection chili they prepared. $1,300 was raised, and this will help fund our 1st. Annual beach trip to Myrtle Beach for our staff and individuals that Nevins supports on May 4-6. Download the whole Newsletter here!
Some great stuff is happening this month! The Chili Cookoff on March 10th at Resident Culture Brewing and the Nevins Yard Sale on March 24th 8am to noon. But the real great stuff is what is happening everyday here at Nevins! Keep up by reading our Newsletter! Download it here
Come join us for a great day of Chili, Beer and Fun at Resident Culture Brewing in Plaza Midwood! We will be serving up 10 of the best chilis, along with some of Charlotte’s best beers–all to benefit Nevins participants. And don’t forget the very popular raffle with gift cards, meals and fun surprises for only 1 dollar per entry! Our Art Program will also be showing and selling the amazing artwork by our wonderful participants in one of our annual exhibits! Live Music by Troy Michael Batey! All of this will go to help defray costs of a summer break beach trip for our participants. While most of us get to go to the beach with little planning, most of our participants have never been on a trip with friends, so we are loading up this summer and planning a trip to the beach! Help us spread the word! Like and […]
Great events are fast approaching! Our 2nd. Annual Chili Cook-Off is on the calendar for Saturday, March 10th, at Resident Culture Brewing. Spring Fling is April 21st. and Festa Italiana is May 20th. Please check our Facebook page, and our NEW WEBSITE for more information. The 2017 Annual Surveys have been distributed to families and staff. Please take the time to give us your feedback and input. February 2018 Newsletter
Happy New Year! I hope everyone had a wonderful holiday season, and that the spirit of the New Year is with all of us! I look forward to celebrating 2018 with everyone, and I look forward to more growth and improvement of our services. With that being said, we will be sending out our survey in the near future, please be looking out for it. Also, with considerable interest, we will be adding an additional day to our Art Therapy Program in the month of January. We have many ideas that we are discussing to continue helping our individuals lead a fulfilling life.. Stay tuned! We had another milestone in December. Christine White has retired after 20+ years with Nevins. Chris started out as a CPCC instructor here at the Nevins Center 18 years ago, but up to recently was instructing an Enrichment Class on Fridays. Chris will finish out […]
Happy Holidays! This is the time of year I especially look forward to being here at Nevins! Every day is a celebration, but as the holidays approach it always brings a smile to my face seeing the excitement and joy come out of everyone. I think highlighting our current employment and opportunities that Nevins has established is appropriate for me to bring to everyone’s attention. Over the past year our Supported Employment Program has had significant growth. Jonathan Martin and his staff have worked very hard finding successful employment in the community for our individuals we serve . . . For More Download the whole newsletter here!
The flu season is starting and will last through the fall and winter. More than one kind of flu virus will be spreading this season, including seasonal flu and the 2009 H1N1 flu. If you get the flu, you can get sick and can spread the flu to others at home, at work and in the community. If you don’t feel well, please stay home. It is important to remember to cover your coughs and sneezes and wash your hands often with soap and water or use an alcohol-based hand cleaner if soap and water are not available. Please educate the individuals we serve to do the same. Download the November Newsletter here!
This months issue highlights our wonderful Carolinas Medical Center and Nevins Partnership in the CMC Medical Equipment & Sterile Services Dept. and the retirement celebration for Mrs. Verrnell Carr and her 26 years at Nevins. We have a very busy October ahead of us including our long running Nevins Fall Festival, a petting zoo, and Holloween fun! Download your copy and remember we are always striving to “create opportunities” for this special community. Download the whole newsletter here