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Housing Options for Special Needs Adults

Whether your loved one requires round-the-clock care and supervision or they are able to complete most tasks independently, there are different types of housing options available. Some of the options available include: Independent Living Facilities- Independent living facilities are for special needs adults who are able to live independently with little to no assistance. There are often common areas, such as dining halls and recreational facilities to encourage socialization among residents.... Read More
Posted by Cassie Smith at Wednesday, October 17, 2018

5 Simple Yet Clever Gardening Tips from the Baddour Garden Center

Communities like Baddour offer a safe and comfortable place for adults with intellectual disabilities to learn, grow, and gather for fun and engaging events and activities. One such activity available at Baddour is the opportunity to work in the Baddour Garden Center. Those who work in the Garden Center grow, tend, and cultivate flowers, and produce for purchase through the center. LEARN MORE   In spring and summer, guests are able to purchase an array of beautiful annuals, perennials, p... Read More
Posted by Brittany Rodgers at Thursday, April 12, 2018

Our Favorite Spring Art Projects for Special Needs Adults

Spring has sprung, and we’re planning lots of fun art projects for Baddour residents. Whether inspired by the blooms in our Garden Center or by the bright sunshine on walks outside, residents can use their inspiration to create bright and beautiful works of art. When choosing a residence for adults with special needs, it’s important to consider a facility that offers plenty of activities that contribute to quality of life. Programs like the Creative Arts Center at Baddour offer t... Read More
at Tuesday, March 27, 2018

A Community Treasure

Having recently seen in the local newspaper an article about the performance, I was looking forward to a date with my wife on a recent Thursday evening. We were going to see Handel’s Messiah, presented by Northwest Mississippi Community College’s Division of Fine Arts. I’ve heard the Northwest Singers previously and knew they would do a great job.  When we entered the Fine Arts Auditorium, we were unexpectedly greeted by 20-30 Baddour Center residents, who wer... Read More
Posted by Parke Pepper at Monday, December 11, 2017