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In late May, Athens native Eli Hill started work as ESP's assistant director, filling the first full-time staff position created at ESP since Executive Director Laura Whitaker was hired in 2006.
My internship with ESP is ending this week. But, I don't like goodbyes. So, things are not technically ending with me and ESP.
More than 30 people skydived to raise money for ESP programs on Saturday, including three young people who strapped on parachutes and said "What disability?"
As part of Jump, Fly, Be Different event, more than 30 superheroes will jump out of an airplane to showcase their love and devotion to children and young adults with disabilities.
Providing services to children with disabilities means finding ways to support every family member involved in their care -- especially those siblings who will form their lifelong care network.
ESP's Second Annual Jump, Fly Be Different on April 28 is not just for skydivers, and it's not just for ESP'ers.
The ESP family grew during the weekend of March 17 and 18, and parents found connections with their kids and with each other that can make all the difference.
Nothing says spring like meeting up with friends you haven't seen since you-don't-know-when, making some new ones, having a plate of barbecue, and kicking back to good music.
Here at ESP we have summer on the brain.
After the Big Hearts Pageant I thought things would quiet down. But boy, was I wrong. (And I mean that in the best possible way.)
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