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November 2023. . . Lifelines

A Note from Diana Jackson, CEO

Happy Thanksgiving to each of you! I hope you will be able to join us on November 20 th at 11:00 at the Cleveland High School cafeteria for our annual holiday luncheon. We have a surprise for you and the choir will be singing a few Christmas songs – led by Teresa and David Tuten. Also, remember the Talent Show on December 5 th at Lee University’s Dixon Center. A good time will be had by all.

The Spring Fling annual fundraiser is scheduled for March 22, 2024. We are looking for table sponsors, silent auction items, and specialty cakes for the night’s festivities. If you would like more information, please let me know.

Thank you to everyone who is making our 50th year our BEST year!


Life Bridges Partners – Thank you for believing in and partnering with us!
Bridging the gap!

Save the Date:

Life Bridges Holiday Lunch

Monday, November 20, 2023

Cleveland High School Cafeteria

Life Bridges Talent Show

Tuesday, December 5, 2023
 6:00PM – 8:00AM

Lee University – Dixon Center
Talent show for those we support.

Dress up like Diana Day!

She loves her cardigans and we love her smiles.


Life Bridges - Enabling Technology

Pictured: Front: Beth Jarrett Back row l-r: Jaime Sanders, Sean Fritts, Kelsey Nickels, Wendy Parman

A team from Life Bridges recently attended the DIDD Enabling Technology Summit In Murfreesboro, TN.

Life Bridges is proud to enhance their Enabling Technology program, already helping individuals with intellectual disabilities seeking independence and employment.

There is very often a significant challenge of how to provide meaningful learning opportunities in a safe manner that does not expose individuals to the risk of physical or psychological harm. For any number of real-world tasks involved in living independently and having a job — whether learning how to safely walk across the street, or to board the public bus, or to drive a car, or to perform tasks at work — learning to do these tasks in the real world can be extremely challenging and even dangerous, at least at first.

The arrival of advanced technologies based on virtual reality and artificial intelligence are now making it possible to design realistic and immersive environments for realistic learning, in a way that is safe and fulfilling.