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1 The lssaquah Press, Wednesday, March 23, 1983 - Page 5 k crs slowly f, ree themselves -- )m prison o f their bo by Holly Hagen U. W. intern the rest of the world about its business, a quietly unfolds in away in a base- room of Our Savior Church is the world ason Beall, 9, and Dawn s' 14, two severely children learn- to take control of their for the first time in are cerebral palsy vic- everyday business how to do things t People do without .thought; things such objects or letting know what they COmplishing these is a huge miracle, small Navono, an oc- lal therapist and a- palsy specialist, a alternative program C.P. children what school system not: a flexible and one-to-one at- calls the program (the word made from the names children who began Program) and has eating Jason and more than two 'ost treatment ap- the program from e, trying to utilize and correc- We want to ram the inside out and and Dawn learn s. Our pro- enhances normal, ty function and Havana said. said that what is Penny and Jason Beall work needed is an intensive short term solution for the treat- ment, rather than the long term ones that have nothing to show for them. Cerebral palsy damages the nervous system and peo- ple with C.P. can't send clear messages from brain to body. The intelligence level is great, Navono said; there's just a problem expressing it. Each day the volunteer staff of Jadawnty works with Jason and Dawn one-on-one to teach them how to work their muscles and relax, and express themselves through talking and motions. The staff actually moves the children's arms and legs and uah DECA students y 28 for state fina 5 Sales and marketing competition are: Marianne at lssaquah High Solvang, daughter of K. against approxi- Donald and Ragnhild students from Solvang; Dan Fetridge, son Schools at the an- of Jim and Sharva Fetridge; II DECA Confer- Desiree' Hunter, daughter of 15th. The su- Terry and Gerry Hunter; competing for 54 Greg Horn, son of Jerry and at thestate finals to Kay Horn; Corine Kingry, theend of April. daughter of Larry Kingry of 28 awards were and Wilma Taylor; Mary students, 11 Ann Colvard, daughter of qualified for the Hal and Bobble Colvard; Kenny Mattson, son of Len High qualified two and Sally Mattson; Jim the state DECA Ludlow, son of Floyd and Carol Ludlow; Mark Lyon, High students son of James and Sheila for state Lyon; Leah Luker, daughter $q mountain '00R00NN,ALS ' We have a large selection of lasting .nts that provide seasonal color ,2,u can be used in sun, shade or iu.Ckeries. There are over 30 varieties k',';UUding Daisies, Poppies, Forget-Me. 'ots and Sweet William. ,oTs 84 ca. "=m ilml,-n, Budded or Blooming, ca, 1Gallon ................. =1.89. EARLY " SEASON VEGGIES Broccoli Brussel Sprouts Cauliflower Lettuce . 6 Plants Per Cup 00cu0 ....... 74" ISSAQUAH 10 minutes from downtown Bellevue Mile South On Renton-lssaquah Road )en 9 a.m..6 p.m., Closed Sundays on communicating with each other. ies goes through other types of exercises. "We need to establish basic communications system so we can evaluate what a child knows, and what a child can and cannot do," Havana said. Both Beall and Havana agree that other programs haven't been able to meet the bill. Progress has been made, but no program has been able to get the child directly in- volved with their treatment, Havana siad. When Navono asked Beall if she would be willing to let her work with Jason, Beall was ready to try something new. "Jason was getting of Dennis and LeeAnn Luker; and Pam Hunter, daughter of Douglas and Ni- la Hunter. Other award winners in- cluded: Missy Routson, Mike Bell, Scott Baker, Meighn Smith and Laura Barnes. Their advisor is Fred Staloch. about two or three hours of therapy in school, and some extra on the weekends. But I wanted to see what would happen if he had concen- trated treatment all day long," she said. Progress fluctuates, she said, but add- ed, "I have seen a definite improvement." ' One example of the im- provement is the discovery that Jasons knows the alphabet and the sounds of the letters. "I never would have found this out in a public school. There are too many distractions and too much time spent in his vheelchair," she said. Jason takes a break after working with letters. Photos by Holly Hagen. Dawn, too, is making pro- gress and Havana said that she is discovering her voice box and is making sounds like she never has before. With one-to-one attention, Navono said, schedules become very structured and don't take into account the children's inability to express themselves. "We have schedules here at Jadawnty, but the schedule of the child wins out, and the demands of the moment. If all day needs to be spent in the bathroom, or if the child is sleepy and wants a nap, they can have it," she said. "We're able to I II I I IN ISSAQUAH .. Since 1910 Choice Locker Beef ,, FRESH SEAFOODS RED SNAPPER ....................... S1.69 t HALIBUT STEAKS ..................... s3.69 b. PRAWNS, 1.2o per  ................ S8.69 . Let us .... 1 Fresh LEAN GROUND BEEF ............ $1.49 . answer / Boneless PORK ROAST ................. Sl.89 . the phone, l[ LOCE. BEEF ,., '.'::.:;:a / I HINDQUARTERS.. ....... S1.65 ,.  (, E )  I j I SIDES .................... Sl.45 ,. "Z..'._.J.P I ...... r,,,to,.y| Z 85 Front St. N. c_-- ,  L392-3131100 I j..?.,. ,Fro,St. / psi, East Think spring!! PERM "30 o Reg. $50.00 Offer expires 3/31/83. 40 N,W. Alder PI. ' Issoquah, WA 392-2515 Hello, stranger. Searching for answers to all those who/what/where questions about your new city? ....... . As your WELCOME WAGON Hostess, et ,,,y job to neep you get over the hurdles of being a newcomer: . . .By bringing you some useful gifts. Community lind. ovlce on reliable businesses in your new neighborhood. ana more, A WELCOME WAGON call should be one of the very first nice things to happen when you re new here. Helen Raid 392-7494 be flexible." Jason is also learning com- munication devices such as looking up at the light when he wants something. "Now we need to differentiate bet- ween these things to find out exactly what it is that Jason wants." "We have gone beyond the pilot programming and want to move on," Havana said. The problem now is finance. The school district gives about $3,000 dollars total, Beall said, but this isn't enough to make the program feasible. The staff is volunteer but the funding doesn't cover the needs of the non-profit organization, Beall said. Navaho spoke to a group of therapists in Wiscorsin, who she said contemplated what she was saying, and were "quietly interested" in what she was doing. "We are way ahead of the mainstreams." "Locked in their bodies like prisoners," is how Havana described Jason and Dawn. "There is great in- tellectual capacity and we want to unlock this," she said. And to look in the eyes of Jason and Dawn is to know that there is much inside. Time to Register for Tale & Decorative Painting Classes Start April 13& 14 ........... Day and Evening Classes =30-8 weeks Pre-registration Required . in every department Now! Red tags 50% off/Blue tags 30% off ! All Long.stem Silk Flowers 30% off New Shipnnen:Cat:dlecWiCking Thread (Eraft LEastle I ( .,.,.,.o... ,. l- . I Downtownlssaquah A PERFECT MATCH! The New Spa Hut has moved into Al's Easy Livin' on Northrup Way. Pool supplies, floaters, accessories and now top names in spas and hot tubs. TRY THIS FOR SIZE. INTRODUCTORY SPECIAL! CLEMEIrE BY UBeachport South End May Valley'Maple Hills'Briarwood Roxaine Reynolds (255-5849) Maple Hills honors volunteers Maple Hills Elementary School is beginning a pro- gram to honor parent volunteers who work in the school. First volunteers selected for January were Angle Buckholz, Jeannette Wuhrman and Nedra Foshee. Buckholz coordi- nated the Young Authors' program, Wuhrman olun- teers to assist teachers in two classrooms and Foshee works one full day each week in the school library Each honored volunteer was presented with a rose by the PTA at a recent school assembly. **,,, Young people from Lord of Life Lutheran Church plan to go bowling March 27. The Luther Leaguers will leave the church after the II a.m. service for group com- petition. New officers of East Hen- ton Plateau Community Council are Ray Griffin, pre- sident, Phyllis Tucker, vice president, Mary Ellen Ham- blin, secretary, and Donald Hamblin, treasurer. Maple Hills Elementary School's Japanese intern teacher is finishing his stay in the United States. The stu- dents learned much about the Japanese culture, foods and lifestyle. The school may have another intern later this spring. Maple Hills student win- ners in the Young Authors' programs were Shane Jones, Joshua Graves, Michelle Haselberger, Andrea Berg, Angle Gosswiller, Steve Gillespie, James Moore, Philip Logan, Jenny Miller, Jana Ahlstrom, Kristen Aus- tin, and Brian Yorkey. First and second place winners in grades two through six attended the Young Authors' Conference at Seattle Pacific University March 14. More than 100 Liberty High School students attend- ed the movie "Ghandi" as a Social Studies Department field trip. The film was coor- dinated with curriculum to show the students important events and people in world history, the significance of non-violent actions, the power of each individual to contribute to what he believes, and lifestyles of other world cultures. 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