Upcycling Sheltered Workshops assesses prevailing practices in community-based facilities for people with developmental disabilities and argues that it is time for a fundamental change in the way these programs are run. Susan Dlouhy and Patty Mitchell offer a revolutionary alternative, the Creative Abundance Model, and outline both its principles and its application. The new model turns sheltered workshops into integrated community spaces designed for creative discovery.
These Board Guidelines provide clear, concise statements to help you understand your role and responsibility as a board member of a non-profit organization. It is not a legal document; an attorney did not prepare it. This 25 page guideline was written in a manner to help make it easy to follow, but be clear where there are dangers to watch for and to help you be a good board member. Author: Dan Ohler. This book will be sent via e-mail after payment is received.