Outstanding Employees – November 2018

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Each month, IRC staffers are nominated by their colleagues in our Employee Recognition program. This month we are celebrating Lilliana Garnica and Devin Morris! November 2018 – Hercules Award Lilliana Garnica … Read More

IRC Employment Success Stories

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October is National Disability Employment Awareness Month (NDEAM). This national campaign helps bring awareness to disability employment and celebrates the contributions of the disability workforce. This post will highlight the … Read More

Chasing 7 Dreams

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Our mothers play so many roles in our lives. They are our first teachers and first friends. They support, encourage and nurture us. And the case of 13-year old EliJay … Read More

Back to School with Premier Healthcare

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Back to School season is here! Students across the Inland Empire are getting ready to head back to the classroom. Earlier this summer, IRC teamed up with Premier Healthcare Services … Read More

Brett Laza: Athlete and Advocate

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The 2018 Special Olympics USA Games were held earlier this summer in Seattle, Washington. The Games hosted more than 4,000 athletes and coaches in a week-long celebration of sports, acceptance, … Read More

Disability and Employment: A Success Story

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This blog is the third installment in a series about disability employment, legislation, innovation, and community partnership. In the first installment, we examined the movement toward full inclusion of people … Read More

Dude! IRC Loves the 80s!

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A recap of this year’s totally tubular CAC Fundraiser! Each year IRC’s Community Engagement team hosts an immersive party experience for our teen and adult Consumers. This year’s event, I … Read More

Disability and Employment: The Facts

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This blog is the first installment in a series about disability employment, legislation, innovation, and community partnership. In this installment, we will discuss the state and local movements toward full … Read More