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As you may know the Legends Foundation are professional athletes, coaches, cheerleaders, actors, actresses and musicians present personal Legend’s stories. Professionals inspire audiences to make ...

As you may know the Legends Foundation are professional athletes, coaches, cheerleaders, actors, actresses and musicians present personal Legend’s stories. Professionals inspire audiences to make good decisions, take responsibilities and to leave a legacy on future generations. “After the Bell, 4:20 Daily Choices” with professionals as role models are mentors to many. Our professionals speak at schools, universities, churches, businesses and correctional centers to encourage higher education, careers, good deeds and faith through making good daily choices with motivation and life changing experiences.

Our current project will allow RILEY TO SPEAK! Check out the PowerPoint attached and if you can help support Riley and our causes, it would be greatly appreciated by many.

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Project Riley Project Riley Presentation Transcript

  • Project:Riley Speaks
    How new technology can influence and change the world for children who are non-verbal.
  • Thank you for taking the time to learn about “Project: Riley Speaks.” My name is Angie Kintigh and I am the Autism teacher for Carrollton Schools (kindergarten through 5th grade). I hold this project very dear to my heart as I have seen how frustrated a child can become by not being able to communicate her wants and needs. Again, I thank you for your time and consideration of supporting “Riley Speaks.”
  • Introducing: Miss Riley
    Riley is a beautiful 13 year old young lady. She loves making others laugh and being with her typical developing peers. Riley is currently transitioning from elementary school to junior high school.
    Riley is non-verbal and she has multiple diagnosis. She is able to make utterances and many individual sounds. Currently, the only way Riley is able to communicate is through sign language. This is great when working with special education teachers and her parents, but NOT when socializing with her peers, going out to eat, communicating with other staff and adults or just trying to be a normal teenager. Riley is restricted to communicate with only those who know sign language.
  • More about Riley…
    With Riley’s disability she:
    • Has difficulty with fine motor skills; writing with a pencil and paper is a tremendous task for her.
    • Is limited on gross motor skills: walking by herself is a danger, as is maneuvering her body up and down stairs.
    • Is very delayed in cognitive skills; however, Riley is one smart cookie!!! (trust me!!!)
    Riley is addressing an envelope to mail a letter to her mom and dad.
    Completing this envelope was a huge success for Riley. She was so proud of her work as was I. This task took approximately 35 minutes; something that takes you and I only seconds.
  • Community Life
    Riley is a very active member of her community in her hometown.
    She has great family support. Her family always sees her as a child first then a child who has a disability.
    Riley participates in Special Olympics and is an active cheerleader and member of the Carroll Hills track team!
  • New Technology
    iPad
    This new technology allows children who are non-verbal to communicate with others effectively, follow daily schedules, and makes learning and completing tasks much less frustrating
    There are numerous apps such as “Proloquo2Go” that makes communicating as simple as touching a button.
    With the iPad, Riley will be able to speak intelligibly to all of her teachers, staff and classmates.
    Order her own lunch at the cafeteria/restaurant
    Communicate needs and wants
    When she is sick she will be able to address where she is feeling sick
    Complete classroom assignments with MUCH less frustration than using a pencil and paper
    Create and follow her own daily schedule to assist her in BEING AS INDEPENDENT AS POSSIBLE.
  • Future Goals
    For all of my students, my goals, as well as their parents’ is to make each child as INDEPENDENT and as well educated as possible, as well as, to become a successful and respectable member of their community.
    Now, imagine not being able to communicate with others. Imagine knowing sign language and telling someone you need help but them just looking at you and shaking their head because they don’t understand.
    Imagine your child being non-verbal and unable to communicate with you. Imagine never hearing your child speak. Imagine having to guess why your child isn’t feeling well.
    Riley’s parents along with many others have encountered these and numerous other concerns. The iPad answers these concerns by providing a voice for these children. They give Riley and others the opportunity to speak.
  • Support:
    My main goal is to provide Riley with an iPad as she moves on to the Junior High School. I feel this is greatly needed to make her education as successful as possible.
    Ideally, I would love to have an iPad for all of the students in my classroom whom are non-verbal. This coming school year I will have 3 non-verbal students.
    Specs:
    The four iPads needed are:
    • Apple iPad 2 with Wi-Fi-32GB
    • Currently available at http://store.apple.com/us/browse/home/shop_ipad/family/ipad/select?mco=MjE0OTI0MDIfor $599.99 each.
  • Our School Dellroy Elementary
    Our school is not big; but it is a school filled with loving teachers, staff and students. We at Dellroy Elementary are a family. Our children are our future.
  • Thank you again for your time and consideration. My students and myself greatly appreciate any assistance you are able to provide us with.With your assistance, you are providing a voice for students who are unable to speak for themselves. You are making their world more typical and normal. Youare providing a positive foundation for their future.
    Making a Difference for Riley
    Project: “Riley Speaks” with IPad Technology $ ______________
     
    Mail To:
    The Legends Foundation
    Project: Riley Speaks
    45 Clement Avenue
    Akron, Ohio 44319
    330 714 3150
    330 322 8495
    Donate Online: www.LegendsFoundation.org
    THANK YOU!
  • Other LEVELS OF Giving and Gift Opportunities
    Support the Legends Foundation * www.LegendsFoundation.org
    Your donation supports the good deeds and experiences of the Legends which allow the opportunity to educate businesses, universalities, churches, correctional centers and schools. We encourage unrestricted gifts to the Legends general fund, which provides both long-term stability and the flexibility to fund important emerging and ongoing projects. Legends donors will be invited to various outreach events and receive e-newsletters, briefs and other Legends publications.
    Legends Foundation Benefactor 
    $100,000 lifetime contribution
    Honorary listing for those who have donated more than $100,000 in their lifetime or have committed $100,000 or more through their estate plans, which may include naming Legends Foundation as a beneficiary of a will, revocable trust, irrevocable trust, life insurance policy, or retirement plan.
    Director’s Circle 
    $10,000 contribution
    Donors will be recognized and stewarded at the highest level.
    Donors at this level will have priority seating at Legends events. 
    Donors will have name on letterhead and Legends web site.
     Leadership Circle 
    $2,500 contribution
    Donors will be recognized and stewarded at the $2,500 Leadership Circle level. 
     Special Friends
    $500 contribution
    Donors will be recognized and stewarded as a $500 Special Friend of the Legends.
    ALL GIFTS ARE TAX DEDUCTIBLE TO THE EXTENT PROVIDED BY LAW
     
     
  • Causes and organizations the Legends have supported the past few years /
    now… PROJECT: “RILEY SPEAKS”
    Toys for Tots Junior Achievement John Erb Family
    Stark County Educational Service Pathway Caring for Children Gary & Kathy Brown
    Shawn Sway Women's Board of Aultman Hospital Melina Curaso
    Damascus Elementary St Peters & Paul School Buckeye Council
    Care Works Charlie & Kenny Henegar Hall of Fame Fashion Show
    Community Harvest Miranda Liggett Benefit Granted Wish Foundation
    Circleville Dept of Youth Services Hall of Fame Festival Chair Fashion Show Luncheon
    Lift Up Ministries March of Dimes Hall of Fame Fitness Center
    Project St Nicholas Returns Drayvon Delong HOF Appreciation Party
    Fashion Show Luncheon Students of Amos McDaniel Heritage Christian Schools
    Community Harvest Andy, Katie & Clifford Holcomb Akron Canton Food Bank
    Grace Bible Church BernitaDugley Stroke Fundraiser Lon & Racheal Christ First
    St Fancis De Sales Church Dellroy Elementary School Carrollton Elementary School
    Moonlight In March Big Brother & Big Sisters Big Brother Big Sister of Alliance
    Siffren Stark County Library Men of God
    Meals On Wheels The Walsh University Fund American Cancer Society
    Canton Palace Theater Bonnie Baughman Quest Smith House Youth
    Eddie Johnson Memorial Golf Scioto Dept of Youth Services Canton Chamber of Commerce
    Perry Local Schools Marlington Local Schools Sours Middle Schools
    KSU Health and Safety Day Carroll County YMCA Canton YMCA
    The Wilderness Center Quest Recovery Center Goodyear Hunting & Fishing Club
    WalmartKoby's Educational Fund Big Brother Big Sister Gala
    United Way 211 Jim Meetz Fundraiser Shearers
    Robyn Fair Cancer Benefit Fund Little Flower Catholic Parish HOF Fashion Show
    North Canton Medical Foundation Akron Childrens Hospital AMP Athletes with Lost Limbs
    NC Chamber of Commerce Lehman HS Alumni Assoc Animal Protection Guild
    Mercy Medical Center Tri County Restaurant Association Ashenisa Gravis Foundation
    Republic Health Fair Buckingham Dolittle Burroughs Girl Scouts of America
  • Continued…
    SGT Cory Endlich Scholarship Stark Community Foundation Cuyahoga County DYS
    Woman And Outdoors St Joan of Arc Perry High School
    HOF Enshrinement Festival Boy Scouts of America Night of Champions
    Spaghetti Dinner For Robert Cozart YMCA Central Stark County Multi Development Services of Stark
    Prestige Creative Services Faircrest Memorial Middle School Strasburg United Methodist Church
    Indian River Dept of Youth Ser East Youth Football North HS Football
    Canton Little League Alliance Middle School Kidney Transplant Fundraiser
    Heritage Youth Football Tuslaw Alumni Association Jackson Fast Pitch Fundraiser
    YMCA Night of Champions Akron University Alumni Hammer & Nails
    Light House Visions Families First of Stark County Woman Board of Aultman Hospital
    Malone University Incept Boys & Girls Club
    Elyria Little League North Reverse Raffle Benefit Wendy Clay HOF Parade
    St Joan of Arc Parish School American Electric Power AEP Junior Achievement
    Genoa Elementary Schools Summit Co Public & Safety FedEx
    Pink Diamond Cancer Bash Summa Health Care St Peters 8th Grade Class
    American Heart Assn Heart Ball Walk With God Lift Up Ministries
    American Red Cross Ride for Red Community Harvest Silent Auction Beech Grove School
    Domestic Violence Aultman Angel Auction Horizon Academy Schools
    Let’s not grow weary while doing good work, for we shall reap what we sow…