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Stand Up, Inc. Celebrates 6 Years

September 1st, 2015


September 1 marks Stand Up, Inc.’s sixth year of providing employment services to individuals with disabilities in Virginia. In that time we have grown from primarily serving Lynchburg, Virginia to covering the majority of central, southside and southwest Virginia. We’ve come a long way since September 1, 2009 and we’re looking […]


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How To Be Happy At Work: 10 Simple Tips That Work

August 25th, 2015


This infographic was crafted with love by Officevibe, the engagement software showing you how to be happy at work.


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STEP – Students and Parents

August 22nd, 2015


      What is STEP? STEP (Student Transition Employment Program) is a partnership between Stand Up Inc., local city or county high schools, and community businesses. It is designed to aid participants in learning the necessary skills to become successful in a competitive workplace environment. Through various classroom and […]


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Anxiety Disorders

April 24th, 2015


      Getting anxiety disorders cared for can certainly help an individual feel like herself or himself again, stress-free and prepared for the positive things in life. A person that may be struggling with an anxiety disorder should let another person know about physical sensations, anxieties, or phobias. Since anxiety disorders […]


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A History of Assistive Technology

April 15th, 2015


  This timeline has been produced by Bluebird Care


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The Secret To Employee Motivation

February 25th, 2015


      Do you ever wonder what really motivates employees? Is it money, recognition, or even something as simple as having a feeling of belonging? Hopefully the infographic below will help to answer some of those questions. Check it out and share your thoughts. What motivates you?


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Inmate With Autism Granted Conditional Pardon by Virginia Governor

January 21st, 2015


    Gov. Terry McAuliffe has granted a conditional pardon that will allow a Virginia inmate to get treatment for his autism. Click the image below to get the full story.


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Typewriter Artist

January 5th, 2015


Every so often, life throws us a curve. It doesn’t seem fair or deserved most of the time. But, with the right attitude we can take a not so good situation and turn it into something incredibly powerful. Paul Smith was born with severe cerebral palsy, a disease that causes debilitating physical disability. Did Paul let […]


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Employment First

December 2nd, 2014


Employment First- A belief that Employment in the general workforce is the first and preferred outcome in the provision of publicly funded services for all working age citizens with disabilities, regardless of level of disability. For many people that receive state funded services, the idea of employment has almost been […]


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Collaborations Conference 2014

November 25th, 2014


    The annual Collaborations Conference includes rehabilitation professionals, educators and advocates for the intention of improving services that result in successful employment and high quality community-based services for people with disabilities. The Collaborations Conference is a joint conference hosted by a partnership with the Virginia Rehabilitation Association (VRA), the […]


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