Choice Living Monthly Luncheon Educates & Enlightens

By Dr. Jennifer Scott

Community Gathers to Support Needs of Local Adults with Disabilities

Choice Living Community, a 501(c)(3), supports adults with disabilities in the Coastal Bend. They host a luncheon once a month to give the clients an opportunity to voice their experiences with not only being at the center but in life in general. They invite local business owners, donors, and community members to hear the perspective of each client so that they can provide a safe space for others to learn about adults with disabilities.
The June luncheon featured a very inspirational client who’s artwork demonstrates what she is feeling in the good times and the things that she has been struggling with as an adult with autism. Her artwork is not only a way to express herself but also a therapeutic output where she knows she is not judged. Choice Living provides this safe environment for her to share.
June’s lunch was sponsored by Principle BMW of Corpus Christi, where they were able to come and see first hand the mission and vision. CLC recently moved into a renovated building located at 3875 S Staples St., in Corpus Christi, Texas. Corporate sponsor, Ellison Helmsman started “Grounds for Success” there.
Every Thursday morning, they invite local business owners and community members for coffee, breakfast tacos, and a tour of the center. Grounds for Success brings awareness to the community on how Choice Living Community is bringing acceptance to the Coastal Bend one adult at a time! Their mission is to provide a day transition center that continues to deliver innovative and individualized programs to advance the achievement and knowledge for adults with disabilities in the areas of vocational, life, and
social skills.
If you are interested in being a participant or a corporate sponsor of the luncheon please reach out to Dr. Scott at 361-510-0672. To learn more about their mission and vision, to donate, or to get involved please visit their website


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