Disabilities

Agency Partnerships Help Cattle Farmer with Hydrocephalus

ST. ELIZABETH, Mo. – Despite 26 surgeries, 47-year-old Blaine Kemna farms every day. He remains an independent farmer and works with the Missouri AgrAbility Project and its partners. Kemna was born with hydrocephalus, a condition that causes water to put pressure on the brain. University of Missouri Extension safety and health specialist Karen Funkenbusch says…

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Skyline To Host Special Services Meeting Sept. 7

Representatives of parochial, private and homeschool students located in the Skyline R-2 School District are invited to participate in a consultation meeting on Friday, Sept. 7, at 12:00 p.m.   The purpose of the meeting is to conduct a census of students with disabilities, gain input about need for services, and develop a plan for…

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