A Trip to LifeTown Columbus Provides Tremendous Impact

A Trip to LifeTown Columbus Provides Tremendous Impact

On November 15th, individuals from Boundless visited LifeTown Columbus in New Albany, Ohio. This realistic, indoor city was specifically designed for people to have fun while practicing important life skills through role play. Life skills that are practiced include...
Boundless Employee Receives Maureen Corcoran Award

Boundless Employee Receives Maureen Corcoran Award

Kelsey Goodman, Boundless employee, was awarded the Maureen Corcoran Award at the 2017 Ohio Provider Resource Association (OPRA) Fall Conference.     “The Maureen Corcoran Award goes to a PATHS-credentialed Direct Support Professional who demonstrates competencies of...
A Trip to the Grocery Store Turned Into a Goal

A Trip to the Grocery Store Turned Into a Goal

On Wednesdays and Thursdays thousands of people are doing an everyday task at the Giant Eagle on 3rd Avenue, Columbus, Ohio – grocery shopping.  What they don’t know is that the person bagging their groceries, David Bingel, set out on a journey to be where he is...
Happy Thanksgiving!

Happy Thanksgiving!

Boundless wishes you and your family a Happy Thanksgiving! As you gathering with friends and family, we hope that you cherish the time together.  Our Boundless family is thankful for the people we serve and their families. Boundless’ mission – believing in the...

Giving Back Before December 31

Hugs and compassion are occurring daily at Boundless. Boundless, a local non-profit in Central Ohio, is serving more than 4,000 children and people with intellectual and developmental disabilities and their families each year! Our vision is a world that realizes the...
I Am Boundless – CQL Accreditation

I Am Boundless – CQL Accreditation

Council on Quality And Leadership Accreditation The Council on Quality and Leadership, or CQL, accreditation is something that I Am Boundless earned in November of 2016.  CQL originated in the 1970’s in an effort to stop abuses and inhumane treatment to individuals...
Girls with Autism: the Ones Left Behind, Part II

Girls with Autism: the Ones Left Behind, Part II

In Part I of this installment, an unnerving phenomenon was introduced: girls with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) are being under- and misdiagnosed. Research attempting to understand why it is so challenging to diagnose girls with autism have looked both at diagnostic...
Girls with Autism: the Ones Left Behind, Part I

Girls with Autism: the Ones Left Behind, Part I

It’s been a long-held understanding that boys appear to have autism at higher rates than girls; 4:1 is a ratio that often gets tossed around. However, there’s less clarity when you begin to wonder, “Why?” It would seem that some fault lies with diagnosis, some with...
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