Sarah’s Great Day


Sarah Strohl and her mom Val Strohl have an online cooking show! Through her videos, Sarah takes on special need stereotypes empowering others with self-esteem and independence. March is Disability Awareness Month and now is a good time to check out her show. Everyone can learn something from Sarah’s Great Day.

About Noble — Founded in 1953, Noble offers a wide array of services for children and adults with disabilities like Down syndrome and autism. Services include early intervention services for infants and toddlers; summer camps and our new Autism & Therapy Services featuring ABA therapy for youth; and school-to-work transition programs for high school students.

For adults, they offer employment services, Community Living residential supports, Community Integration, behavioral therapy, art, music therapy and recreational therapy. Noble also supports families through advocacy, Respite Care, Central Indiana Autism Support Group and the Center for Family Leadership. and

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