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  • Mar 23, 2008

    Kids on the Block educating the community

    Kids can learn about people with differences in a fun setting! The Museum of disABILITY History, a project of People Inc., is offering free performances of the educational puppet program, Kids on the Block. Puppeteers travel to elementary schools, colleges/universities, and other local venues across Western New York to promote awareness, education, and acceptance of individuals with disabilities through the use of large and life-like puppets. The performances are designed for third and fourth graders. Each performance includes a question and answer period during which members of the audience ask questions directly to the puppet characters about disabilities. Kids on the Block relays the message that being different is a universal condition that should be celebrated! There are two ways you could become involved! You could recommend that Kids on the Block perform at schools, your community center, or even for a scout troop. The other way to become involved is to become a puppeteer. No prior puppeteering/acting experience is necessary. Qualified applicants will have a willingness to learn puppeteering techniques, be enthusiastic, and dedicated to the future development of the Kids on the Block program! Hours are flexible but commitment to training and learning puppetry skills and scripts is a must. If you are interested in scheduling a performance or becoming a puppeteer, contact 716.629.3626. Learn more about Kids on the block, by visiting

  • Mar 23, 2008

    The Incredible Years Program

    Because these should be incredible years for your child People Inc. is offering a free training program, The Incredible Years, to help improve your child's self-image and decrease negative behaviors. This free 12-week program begins soon! Help your child to develop: Improved self-esteem Improved

  • Mar 22, 2008

    Attend Conference - Creating Family and Professional Partnerships in Schools and Community Agencies: It Works Both Ways

    Creating Family and Professional Partnerships in Schools and Community agencies: It Works Both Ways Conference for educators, clinicians (OT, PT, ST), agency providers, administrators, and parents People Inc.'s 6th Annual Drive Fore Disabilities Golf Tournament will be held Monday, August 27, 20

  • Mar 22, 2008

    Home Health Care: A Viable Alternative

    Has a loved one recently been discharged from the hospital from having a major surgery? Is a family member in need of a nurse, therapist, social worker or personal care aide? Whether there is a need for professional care or assistance with daily living, People Home Health Care can help. Although Pe