Below is the first in a series of short blogs written by the people Bridges supports.  Hannah Neudeck is a young woman receiving Therapy Services at Bridges of Indiana.  Here, she tells us about her Therapist Stacey and her direct care staff Melody, the activities they do and her other daily activities.  Bridges is a home and community based provider of services to people with disabilities in six states:  Indiana, Kentucky, Virginia, Colorado, Wyoming and Montana.  Bridges Autism Therapies serves children with Autism in Lafayette and Evansville, Indiana.  For more information about our services, find us at or USBridges on Facebook and Twitter.  Follow us on Instagram at us_bridges or simply call (317) 645-8655 for more information.



My name is Hannah Neudeck.  I work with Bridges of Indiana.  When I’m with Behavior Therapist Stacey Bex we usually have fun at Coffee Grounds or at Starbucks.  We talk about my actions and behavior.

She looks like Alice (Alice in Wonderland, Through the Looking Glass) and the Queen of Hearts (Alice in Wonderland, Through the Looking Glass) at home with her kid and husband.

Then I go see Melody afterwards.  We go walk in the park or at the YMCA for a mile.  Then do fun stuff, but after it all I have a fun time.

But, my conclusion is, I have fun with both Melody and Stacey.  They are like Angels in disguise.  Then I go home and watch Ghost Whisperers.

A blog done by none other, Hannah Neudeck.  Hope you like it.

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This week's #MondayMotivation is to be keep going, even when situations get tough! #MotivationMonday#ThrowbackThursday to the Chalk Walk when Bridges of Indiana created beautiful artwork!Bridges of Wyoming is celebrating DSP Week with an appreciation BBQ. Swipe to see more! Check out our story highlights to see how we are recognizing our DSPs across the nation this week #DSPRW2018Columbus, Indiana client Bradley Lain makes pillows. The pillows are all handmade and filled with pine shavings. We are happy to share these pictures with you because Bradley would like to grow his business. If you are interested in one of Bradley’s pillows, you may contact:
or brandonmorris@bridges.usGinny Rundel graduated from Indiana State University with a Bachelor’s Degree in Social Work. In addition, she has a Master’s of Science in Human Services from Lubbock Christian University. Ginny has over 20 years of experience working with children in various capacities. 
Many of the children Ginny has worked with throughout her career have had various needs. These needs have included low socioeconomic status, developmental disabilities, or being victims of child abuse or neglect. Ginny enjoys working with families and helping them try to see past their current circumstances to the potential within themselves and the possibilities that lie before them. 
Please send inquiries to Gina Daniels, Consumer Advocate. Gina's contact information is 317-601-5592 and week's #MondayMotivation is to be confident! #MotivationMondayDo you follow Bridges on Twitter? If not, you should!On August 22nd, Jonathan Burlison (CEO of Bridges) presented a white paper to the Intellectual & Developmental Disabilities Task Force on the topic of Military Waiver Slots. The goal of the task force is to create legislation to provide freedom, choices and quality of life for individuals with disabilities. Learn more on the Bridges blog by clicking the link in our bio!