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Michelle Herron, #iambost since 2002!

Michelle Herron, #iambost since 2002!

I would like to introduce you to Michelle Herron, ADC Instructor/Van Driver Reserve. Michelle started to work for Bost ADC Dardanelle on January 16, 2012. Michelle, as the reserve instructor, fills in wherever is needed and plays an important role in the preparation...

Sean Loftin, Doing Extraordinary Things!

Sean Loftin, Doing Extraordinary Things!

There are numerous examples of people with intellectual disabilities and mental health disorders doing extraordinary things. One such person is Sean Loftin. For many, one year and nine weeks may not seem like an extraordinarily long time but for Sean and his parents...

Bost C.A.R.E.S. for YOU:  Suicide Awareness

Bost C.A.R.E.S. for YOU: Suicide Awareness

The first response most of us have to news of a suicide is: Why? While of course each instance of suicide is different, and while the reasons that people choose to take their own life are complex and individual, we should also broaden the question. Why tens of...

Jake, A HUGE Part of the Bost Team!

Jake, A HUGE Part of the Bost Team!

This is Jacob Buehrer. Jake, which he prefers to be called, started in the Work Development Program in March of 2013. When Jake started at Bost, he was a very shy and quiet young man who barely spoke to anyone. Now he greets everyone and he is very eager to learn and...

Picking Up Cues That Your Colleagues Need Some Encouragement

You may be surrounded by co-workers that need to be encouraged and feel appreciated, and you may not know it. Not everyone wears a sign that says, “I need to feel valued” or “Approaching burnout: encouragement needed,” (although some of us do wear ‘signs’ on our faces...

Amanda Keck, Bost to a “Tea!”

Amanda Keck, Bost to a “Tea!”

This is Amanda Keck a long term Bost Work Development employee. Amanda has been employed at Bost since September 9, 2003. She just recently celebrated 16 years of service. Amanda currently works as a Work Development Supervisor. She oversees the Shipping and Receiving...

Bost C.A.R.E.S. for YOU!

Bost C.A.R.E.S. for YOU!

Major Depressive Disorder with a Seasonal Pattern (formerly known as seasonal affective disorder, or SAD) is characterized by recurrent episodes of depression in late fall and winter, alternating with periods of normal mood the rest of the year. Scientists have...

Spunky Sonya

Spunky Sonya

Sonya Allured has been part of the Bost family for more than seven years. She always has a smile on her face. She has brought so much light and laughter to Bost through the years and is always a willing participant to better herself and others. One word to describe...

Melissa Putman, Rolling with the Changes

Melissa Putman, Rolling with the Changes

Melissa Putman has been part of the Bost family in multiple capacities for a number of years. When she first applied at Bost, she told us that she wanted to be a part of the successes of other families. And she has done just that! Melissa is goal oriented, driven, and...

Ashley Myers, DSP helping to learn talents and abilities

Ashley Myers, DSP helping to learn talents and abilities

Why do you do what you do?  Started in this field because I am majoring in Psychology. I feel like people don’t give enough credit to people with disabilities. I know while at Bost I would have the opportunity to spend time with such people getting to learn their...

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