Spotlight: Chris C.
Chris was born and raised in Tucson, Arizona. His parents lived in a homestead house, and he split his childhood between the care of his grandparents and parents. He attended Sunnyside High School and went on to work at Fry’s for about 8 years. His hobbies used to include model ships, battle ships, and aircraft […]
Project Insight partnered with our client and local business owner, Ryan, of Ry’s Snacks at the Brain Freeze Ice Cream event. Combining freshly made popcorn with info on our programs was a fantastic way to spend the weekend!
Thank you to the Peaceful Quilters for selecting Project Insight as their charity for their summer quilting retreat! These fabulous women created wonderful handmade items such as aprons, quilts, and walker bags for our clients.
These wonderful little owls have rice inside, and can be used to ease muscle pain. Simply pop one in the microwave or freezer, and rest it on wherever it hurts.
Brain Freeze 2019
Southern Arizona Network for Down Syndrome (SANDS) hosted their first-ever Brain Freeze Ice Cream Event, and Project Insight was happy to attend!
We are so excited to partner with the Aviva Divas, the quilting group at Aviva Children’s Services. They have graciously taken on the project of crafting beautiful, handmade items for our clients.
Autism Walk 2019
We had a “super” fun time at the 2019 Autism Walk and Resource fair!
Check out one of our clients rockin’ a handmade apron crafted by the Aviva Divas! We have plenty more where this came from, stop in our office to get yours!
Spotlight: Lily’s World
At just two days old, Lily had her first brain surgery due to severe congenital hydrocephalus. She is missing the central part of her brain, known as the corpus callosum, which causes epilepsy and limited verbal communication. She has also been diagnosed with Cerebral Palsy and Scimitar Syndrome, a disconnection between her heart and lungs. […]
Spotlight: Rosa Padilla
Years at Project Insight: 15 Rosa has always valued compassion, family, and honesty. These values power the engine that have kept her working in the field of direct care to individuals with disabilities for almost twenty-five years. This foundation was established by her mother. She was a hard-working, single mother of seven, who always made […]