Inclusion Center 

Newsletter       Winter      2020

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In this Issue:


Inclusion Center had a great time putting together this music video together for   

Paula Poundstone's song - 'Not my butterfingers'.


"Some things need to change!"

Paula Poundstone and her coworkers loved our video, shared it on their facebook page 

(Nobody Listens to Paula Poundstone) and gave us our first 15 minutes of fame* and a generous donation.   Click here for the audio of what Paula Poundstone and Adam Felber said about Inclusion Center on ' Nobody Listens to Paula Poundstone '!

*Oh yes. Only our first! Like there was a question about that?!

   Confused about AmazonSmile?  Working out a plan for how Joe can donate!  explains it all.

This section also details the many ways to donate to IC, cash., time, items and more!

Explore a generally light hearted, but deeply felt, outline of what people 

shouldn't say or do to people with disabilities  and what happens quite consistently. 

Also check out what IC members have been up to.

An introduction to the web resources of the  American Academy of Neurology with comments on how this information has helped an IC member. Includes a list of further information 

on how the brain functions in every day life. (for example: When our Brain is Grieving).

"Haven't donated to our program?! Well, what are we going to do now?!"

Programs of 

Inclusion Center


New participants and interested community members come to see what Inclusion Center is all about on 

the First Week of each month (1l:00 to 2:00)


Monday 9:00 to 2:00.  

Friday: 9:00 to 3:00.


A teaching program for those interested in learning about Disability.


We set you up with a Buddy to have coming to Inclusion Center more comfortable for you.


We discuss advocacy, new programs, and all things related to Inclusion Center.


Our videos are now shown on BCTV each week! Spread the word!


      Daniel Robles

All too rarely do any of us meet a person with great depth of kindness and compassion who brings joy to all he meets.  

Someone who sparks creativity by fun projects like stenciling tee shirts, and is the understated, enormously funny star of improv classes. 

Dan was that person, imbued with unfailing patience, love and good cheer.  

We  at Inclusion Center speak often of him and his great love for his wife, baby and dog. 

It indeed was good to know him.  

Thank you for being you, Dan.

Inclusion Center

 is a drop-in, 

activity center by and for 

all people with disabilities, medical concerns and interested community members.  

At Inclusion Center we decide what activities to pursue and then we make it all happen- while also working together to make each activity accessible for all.



Inclusion Center is located at 16 Bradley Ave., Brattleboro 

(lower level St. Michael's Episcopal Church*).


Monday 9:00 to 2:00  

Friday: 9:00 to 3:00

*Inclusion Center is not an affiliated program.

I.C. is a fragrance free program.


Photos from Improv

Mondays 11:30 to 1:30 

All are welcome!

Come on over and give Improv a try! 

All levels of abilities and skills welcome.