June 16, 2019

Terri Shermett joined Ann Storck Center in mid-May as the new CEO, and she’s exactly what you’d hope for in a leader. Imagine a little girl who dreams of being a football coach when she grows up. That’s Terri. And while she never did get that football coach position, she’s honed her leadership, team-building and inspirational skills in a variety of roles within the Broward County School System and beyond.

“My background is in special ed...

April 30, 2019

Individuals in Ann Storck Center’s (ASC) Adult Day Training (ADT) program are preparing for the 18th Annual Expressive Arts Performance, an original musical created and performed every year by ADT participants. This year’s show, “Ann’s Diner,” follows Lenny as he acquires a job cooking at a diner. This musical features 11 funny songs about food, dishes, love, and so much more. The theme was thought up by long-time ADT participant, Mind...

April 22, 2019

Ann Storck Center’s Hearts of Gold Society members and the South Florida community had the unique opportunity to preview Ethan, a documentary that follows a young boy with autism and his family over 12 years as they nurture his strengths and prepare him for adulthood. Filmmaker Josephine Sittenfeld and Ethan’s mother, Cammie McGovern, attended the screening and participated in an open discussion with the audience about creating the fil...

April 18, 2019

Residents of Ann Storck Center’s (ASC) group homes and Intermediate Care Facilities (ICFs) enjoyed bowling, pizza and fun with friends, donors, supporters and staff of Ann Storck Center at Strike Night. Eleven lanes were adorned with blue balloons, sponsor swag bags and festive spirits at SpareZ Bowling in Davie.

“This is a unique event because the community has the opportunity to connect with the employees and individuals we serve at A...

March 25, 2019

March 25, 2013 was the first official National Cerebral Palsy Awareness Day in the United States. This day was created thanks to the efforts of the cerebral palsy advocacy group Reaching for The Stars, and senators Johnny Isakson and Bob Casey.

Cerebral palsy (CP) is the most common childhood motor disability, yet it’s not a topic you’ll often come across throughout the year. March has become the time to educate and raise awareness. Thr...

March 13, 2019

Living with a developmental disability affects many aspects of everyday life, including meals. Oftentimes, special diets, food textures and adaptive mealtime equipment are necessary. The Nutrition team at Ann Storck Center (ASC) serves nearly 250 meals every day. They deliver food from the kitchen to residents, preschool students and Adult Day Training (ADT) participants, all with careful consideration to individualized needs.

Carol Bow...

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