October is National Disability Employment Awareness Month. It’s a time to celebrate the contributions of workers with disabilities and educate others about the value of a workforce inclusive of their skills and talents.
Direct support professionals (DSPs) play a crucial role in supporting people with intellectual and developmental disabilities in their quest to live and work in the community, rather than in institutional settings.
Sheriff’s Deputy Dylan Hurt and Havencroft Elementary Kindergarten Teachers Abby Clinton, Chelsea Grammer and Noelle Silva were recognized on Thursday, Oct. 11 at the City of Olathe’s 15th Annual Community Awards Dinner.
Imagine: Could you go a day without water? No water to drink or make coffee. No water to shower, flush the toilet or do laundry. Firefighters couldn't put out their fires and farmers couldn't water their crops.
Trailwood Elementary students will join more than 250,000 children across the United States on Oct. 10 to participate in the annual International Walk to School Day event. Walk to School Day raises awareness about pedestrian safety, encourages... more
As a National Cyber Security Awareness Champion, Johnson County Government's Department of Technology and Innovation will host a one day Cyber Security Forum aimed at helping organizations safeguard the critical infrastructure.