Accessibility and inclusivity make the world a safer place for all of us. Furthermore, accessibility matters all of the time, not just during global crises
“The children of my generation never saw their color in the crayon box,” explained Vice Chair Darryl Jones, “You had to use all types of different means and methods of shading to quite get your color … [The crayons] will mean a whole lot to spur the artistry and creativity of our children … It says what we feel about one another and the beauty of our diversity. I just might color tonight.”
Because of the online aspect, this year’s summit was open to all staff members rather than just the leadership team, and we benefited greatly from the additional staff participation.
For Staff Writer Madison Petro, holiday kindness involved learning about and connecting with Love a Michigan Vet Project.
NICU staff try to give families as many “normal” moments as possible, including dressing babies in regular clothing instead of hospital gowns whenever possible. When Julie learned that a local NICU needed clothing for their patients, she stepped in to help.