Coletta Bailey, 48, lived life with style, humor and determination
Coletta Lurlean Bailey was a woman on the move. Tall and stylish, she was often at the center of a group of friends having a
Tanasia Alamo, 25, had a gift for therapeutic hugs and a passion for pro wrestling
Sheila Alamo has a fond memory of her infant daughter Tanasia locking eyes with her and smiling. “She stared at me intently and smiled,” said
Sonya Alexander, 25, was a dancer from the start
Sonya Alexander was in her happy place when she was dancing. “Even when she was in my belly, when you play music, she would dance,”
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A Voice For People With Disabilities
Life-Wire was created to inform, educate, and support Individuals with developmental disabilities, and their guardians. Our goal is to bring awareness to the Disability community both locally and nationally through our programming.
Life-Wire is looking to create an environment where people with developmental disabilities can find inspiration to create, work and, thrive both personally and within their own community. Our programming will create a platform where individuals can showcase their abilities and talents, while receiving feedback through a network of media sources affiliated with Life-Wire.
Life-Wire will be staffed by Lifestyles for the Disabled staff and participants known as crew members who will provide services set forth by our goals and mission. Additionally, Life-Wire will make our service available to other agencies that work with similar populations, creating an opportunity to establish a national presence.