Our Hearts Day Habilitation Center Hosts Second Annual Fundraising Event ” Moonlight in Morocco “

2015-09-24-12-54-46-1-5581Our Hearts Day Habilitation Center(OHDHC), is set to hold its second annual fundraising event, “Moonlight in Morocco“.  The Moonlight in Morocco themed event will feature a lavish cocktail hour during which guests may participate in an exciting, live auction. Those in attendance will also have the opportunity to play to win at roulette and blackjack after an opulent fashion show with designs by Esé Azénabor. In 2014, Our Hearts Day Habilitation Center partnered with Dallas-based fashion designer, Esé Azénabor to host last year’s Phantom of the Runway. The cause is near to the famed designer’s heart as her uncle has Down syndrome. Esé has once again partnered with Our Hearts Day Habilitation Center and will showcase her latest designs at this year’s event. Live entertainment will be provided by famous dance studio, Millennium Dance Complex Dallas. All proceeds from the event will directly benefit Our Hearts Day Habilitation Center.  

Our Hearts Day Habilitation Center fills an important need for adults with special needs, who can only remain in school until they are 21 years old. Subsequently, families are forced to seek care elsewhere. For many working professionals, providing care during business hours is especially challenging; and family members will not compromise on the quality of care for their loved ones. Our Hearts Day Habilitation Center Co-Founders, Sonia Cornish and Ella Borodyansky recognized the need for an excellent adult care facility and established the center in 2009. By providing a unique environment filled with laughter, love and learning, Our Hearts Day Habilitation Center is able to help lift the financial and emotional burden placed on families of individuals with special needs.  “I am so grateful to be a part of an organization that provides care and so many educational opportunities to the adult special needs community in Dallas,” said Sonia Cornish, co-founder of Our Hearts Day Habilitation Center. “I’ve always had a passion for helping others and my hope is that the clients we care for flourish in the environment we’ve created for them.”

 

Since its doors opened six years ago, Our Hearts Day Habilitation Center has not raised its prices. Even with minimum help from the government, OHDHC continues to serve the community and provide premium care to adults with special needs. As Our Hearts Day Habilitation Center tries to anticipate the needs of its clientele, it truly relies on outside contributions to make these experiences possible. Our Hearts Day Center a Dallas-based non-profit 501(c)3 corporation that focuses on providing a safe, fun environment for teens and adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities such as autism, Asperger syndrome, Down syndrome, cerebral palsy and others. Sonia Cornish and Ella Borodyansky founded Our Heart’s Day Habilitation Center in 2009. Borodyansky brought years of experience in the Adult Day Care Industry where she provided impeccable care recognized by the Texas Department of Aging and Disability Services. OHDHC provides day care, after school care and care during all school closings for individuals with Intellectual and Developmental disabilities. Led by a staff of caring individuals dedicated to quality service, both teens and adults learn life skills, pre-vocational and vocational skills as well as social skills. Our Hearts Day Habilitation Center also gives these individuals the opportunity to socialize with their peers using art, outings, activities, music, games and more.

 Where:  Empire Room

When: Saturday, October 10 8 pm-12 am

Cost: $75 Individual

$100 per couple

$550 Table for 6 with bottle service

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