Break Through Inc.
Rating: 4.81 stars 21 21 reviews
Civil Rights, Disabilities, Education
1761 Harmony Heights Lane, #105 Rapid City SD 57702 USA
Our mission is one of rehabilitation education and advocacy for and about people with disabilities to encourage and enlighten the public about people with disabilities in that they are people first and have rights and needs and that they also have gifts and talents to bring to the community.
Break Through Inc. has provided these educational formats for the past 30 years. We are open to be invited to other countries to educate via workshops and written media.
We provide informational, educational workshops, keynote presentations for schools, parent groups, businesses, organizations, churches throughout the U.S.A. and Canada.
Direct beneficiaries per year:
over 4000 to 5000 persons.
Geographic areas served:
United States and Canada
presentations/workshops on disabilities, inclusion, bullying, special needs and staff training regarding persons with disabilities
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Reviews for Break Through Inc.
I have had the great privilege of Ben making presentations to our Church family (Faith Lutheran Church, Seguin, Texas) and to the clients of my agency (Caldwell County Adult Probation) over the years. Through his presentations, I have witnessed the heightened awareness, sensitive, and Christian compassion gained by Ben connecting with his audience. He has great skills as a speaker and educator. Marvel Maddox, Sept. 28, 2010, Seguin, Texas
I've personally experienced the results of this organization in...
observing Ben's presentations and through follow up discussions with my Confirmation Sunday School students along with comment sheets submitted through an evaluative process of probationers required to attend victim impact panels where Ben spoke.
How frequently have you been involved with the organization?
About once a year
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