developmentally disabled adultsThe St. Louis Center residents are not much different than the rest of us. They have favorite foods, TV shows and songs. They enjoy watching and playing sports, eating ice cream and going on outings. Some days they do get to go on outings perhaps to a baseball game, Friendship Bible study, or even simply the grocery store. Other days they stay home for the evening and enjoy one another’s company or a visit from Activities Coordinator Laura Rayer. Laura will bring games or seasonal crafts to help enrich their lives. Some evenings she brings music and dancing, a sort of pajama party. This is always an occasion for smiles, laughter and dancing.Guitar and Kevin

Fr. Guanella Hall is a building on campus that has one wing for men and one wing for women joined by a light-filled gathering space where the two wings meet. This is where they all come together to enjoy the music and dancing. Direct care staff are often seen dancing and singing with the residents.

If this sounds like a place for your loved one to live, why not schedule a tour to see what St. Louis Center could offer to your family?

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