Help from Home Kits

“Help from Home” project kits include adaptive equipment, instructions and all the supplies to contribute toward a project that will be used by ConnectUS or donated to another local nonprofit. We also have video instructions available for each piece of adaptive equipment in the kit. 

 

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Help from Home kits are for individuals with severe multiple disabilities (SXI) who would like to help from home. 

Kits will be porch drop-off and pick-up.

 

Email connectusmichigan@gmail.com for more information and to schedule a drop off.

 

Or click here to Contact Us.

An example of a kit: This Help from Home kit has a paper punch, card stock, punched out unglued envelopes, adapted glue stick, a matching grid and an adapted roller.  The participant will fold, roll and glue envelopes, punch shapes to match the grid and put them in the envelope.  The envelopes will then be returned to ConnectUS for the next steps of finishing the ‘Thinking of You’ cards which are sent to local group homes, nursing home residents and to veterans in hospice care.

ConnectUS is a 501(c)(3) organization providing quality programming for individuals with severe multiple disabilities at no charge to participants or their families. Programing uses adaptive equipment that enables even the most severely challenged individuals to participate in productive activities. Completed projects are donated to other local nonprofits creating a community of collaboration!