Friday Blogging of Virtual No Limits

This week during Virtual No Limits we enjoyed some great educational/informative lessons and worked hard on developing ideas for future content for both the No Limits’ blog and social media pages. In the screen shot below some of us are listening to Rachel’s monthly self advocacy lesson! This month’s advocacy lesson covered ways to advocate for yourself while in a hospital/medical care setting.

Listening to Rachel give her monthly Self Advocacy lesson!

Virtual No Limits

While the No Limits Day Program remains closed due to COVID-19, we are excited to announce that we have been able to continue offering day program services via “Virtual No Limits”!  Using a web based meeting platform, members of No Limits are able to “come together” to work on various activities and participate in important discussions every week.

This week we enjoyed two Health and Wellness lessons during Virtual No Limits.  One was provided by Betsy Pinder, in the form of a United Way Exercise/Wellness lesson and the other was provided by No Limits’ Health and Safety Coordinator, Adrian Carpenter.  We stretched and worked on in-chair exercises and we also discussed health and wellness topics related to COVID-19, mental health, and heat safety!

Here are a few screen shots from Virtual No Limits this week:

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June is National Pollinator Month!

At No Limits we are proud to provide plants and habitats for our Native Pollinators!  Check out this awesome guide provided from the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service to learn more about how important pollinators are to our environment, as well as how to plant a pollinator-friendly garden!

Also, check out some of our Native/Pollinator-friendly plants growing in the No Limits garden!  These are just a few of our many flowering plants that continue to flourish in the No Limits dedicated Pollinator Garden.

Eastern Prickly Pear on the verge of flowering!


Native Wineberries “doing their thing”!  (We also have blackberries and blueberries planted in our berry patch that are great for pollinators too!)


Our lavender plant is not a native flowering plant species, BUT allowing herbs to flower are a GREAT way to attract pollinators to your garden.  (As a plus, lavender smells very good too!)