Trailhead is a small step toward a solution to this enormous need. "But for the hundreds of thousands of aging caregivers of adult children with disabilities – many worry about what happens when they can no longer care for their loved ones. NewsHour Weekend's Christopher Booker traveled to Rock County, Wisconsin to see what one community is doing to prepare."PBS News Hour
What role does technology play in creating a safe, independent living environment for adults with developmental disabilities? KGA hosted guest blogger Ken Wilkinson of Layer 10, is here to answer that question. Layer 10 takes a unique approach to selecting the appropriate technology ecosystem for Trailhead.Read KGA's lates blog here!
On Thursday February 27th, Trailhead Community received a large and enthusiastic turnout at our Informational Meeting. The meeting was held at Waterstone Church, just steps away from where our future 84 unit residential community will be built! Parents, Caregivers, Donors and hopeful potential future residents were in attendance. Through out the presentation, attendees asked important questions regarding various aspects of the project.More info!
On March 12, 2020, Trailhead Community submitted our Site Development Plan to Jefferson County for approval. A Site Development Plan (SDP) depicts the general layout and configuration of a site, including building footprints, parking and street layout, conceptual landscaping and lighting, site cross section drawings, and building elevations.
Russ, Cynthia and Eric Strecker will match every donation made in the next 10 days, up to a total of $20,000!!! Our construction team needs just $40,000 more to complete the design document phase of the project. Without the funding for this next step, Trailhead Community may have to temporarily suspend progress. If we can meet this challenge within the next 10 days, the ball will keep rolling and we can put our materials needs out for bids, and apply for our building permit.