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Brandie-Joey Belford
· May 27, 2016
I made a choice since when something bad happens, you have three choices:
you can either let it define you.
Let it destroy you, OR...
you can let it strengthen you.

When I met Krescene Beck & Tess Sakolsky through one of our daily monthly meetings, they did changed my life of how I really wants to help with deaf communities in statewide for Illinois. I let it strengthen me for whatever has happened to me. People with disabilities and Deaf are not alone and I do see that there is a hope with a light. From this information - I have learning what is the purposes of building meaningful live. AWESOME!!!
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Storm Venesha Scott
· October 26, 2015
Great place to work love all the clients there and all of the case managers and also a great way to make some mulla lol also we have fun
Rachel Wilson
· March 30, 2017
I like mri because it help desirability people that needs help and that can Loren new things an nd get jobs to Loren other things as will and the people that work their are very nice they can all Wes you with things if you need it. See More
Derek Steven Hunter
· June 23, 2016
Macon Resources will always have a special place in my heart. MRI rocks!
Cynthia Young
· June 23, 2016
I worked there 16 years and enjoyed every bit of it they gave me the services I needed
Audrey Walden
· September 9, 2015
It is cool place to work in Decatur Illinois I make good money there
Robert Garrett
· March 1, 2017
I love working for MRI I do not know where else I would rather go
Brandon Caylor
· December 22, 2015
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MRI has been awarded with the Spirit of Central Illinois award. Tune in to WAND-TV NewsCenter 17 tonight at 6pm to see the full coverage!

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The Go Red For Women movement aims to end heart disease and stroke in women. In support, MRI would wear red every Friday in the month of February. Here is a photo of everyone wearing red at our main building!
#GoRedForWomen #AmericanHeartAssociation

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Ameren Illinois

Heavy rains have rivers and creeks on the rise. Always keep safety top of mind. Never enter a flooded basement or other flooded areas where water may be in contact with electrical wiring, appliances or other electrical devices.

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WAND-TV NewsCenter 17

ICYMI: A local company has a creative way to reuse scrap metal and create jobs. Out and About With Steve Nichols takes us to Macon Resources, Inc.


Interested in becoming a cook? Find your calling here; #Cook #Hiring #MRI

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Earlier this week, MRI welcomed the women from AAUW (American Association of University Women) of Illinois.

The group took a tour of MRI's main building with our Executive Director, Amy Bliefnick. Amy was not alone however, she had a Day Training individual and one of our Ambassadors assist her along the tour to add insight on what happens in the various training rooms and on our production floor.

We were pleased to have such a wonderful group of women come to visit! Thank you for your interest in MRI.

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MRI added 11 new photoscelebrating Valentine's Day.

Valentine's Day at MRI was full of smiles and warm hearts! At our main building, we had a Valentine's Day dance where a King and Queen were crowned. Voting took place this morning and the candidates created posters promoting themselves.
Over at Independence Pointe, the children at Discovery Depot were busy handing out valentines among their classmates and practicing their counting with candy hearts!
Everyone here at MRI would like to wish you a happy Valentine's Day!

Last night kicked off the winter season of Our Voice Through Art! It was fun getting markers back into our hands and expressing our creativity.

If you would like to sign up, or you know of someone who would, it's not too late. You can call 217.875.8850 or email to get more information and to register!

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We were back in action tonight! It was wonderful to see so many familiar faces and a few new ones, too! With tomorrow being Valentine's Day, we created heart-themed artwork. ❤️🎨🎉

Matt, a Day Training and CAPS participant at MRI, presented Amy with this gift he helped create today! The towel serves as a reminder that smiling is the GREATEST SUPERPOWER anyone can possess. In Matt's spare time he enjoys doodling, and smiley faces make many appearances. With the help of his mother he was able to complete this gift and surprise Amy today. Thank you Matt!!
Don't be afraid to show off YOUR superpower! #Smile

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From the Illinois Early Learning Project:
February is Children’s Dental Health Month
Young children’s dental health is very important to optimal speech and lang...uage development. Two of our tip sheets, Get Ready for a Good Dental Checkup! and Dental Health for Babies, may be shared with parents and caregivers to support good oral hygiene. Both tip sheets also are available in Spanish, Polish, Arabic, and Korean.

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All Tip Sheets Infant/toddler Tip Sheets Dental Health for Babies 12/200907/2017 Debbie About this resource Most babies start getting their first teeth between 6-12 months of age. You might be surprised to learn that as soon as that first tooth appears, it is vulnerable to cavities! Cavities can .....

Learn more about the Red Couch campaign and how you can join the campaign by reading the article below!

Do you have a personal story to share?

DECATUR — Upon entering the room, people can’t help but notice the bright red, curvy couch. The visually striking piece of furniture is an invitation for anyone to relax while

MRI is searching for a Cook. Are you, or someone you know looking for a career in the culinary field? Look no further!

See the full job description and our other employment opportunities at

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Bright Start, a program offered by MRI, assists current and soon to be parents with early childhood parenting. Check out this article from Herald & Review below.
If you have any questions, or are interested in joining the program you can reach out to us on Facebook or call (217) 330-6454.

DECATUR – Families with children under the age of 3 can get information, support and encouragement from Bright Start.

Last Friday for National Wear Red Day, Mia Jarrett (employee at MRI) shared her story on the "Red Couch Tour" at WAND-TV NewsCenter 17. She described the events of her heart attack along with some advice to others concerning cardiovascular disease. See her story here:

February is American Heart Month and American Heart Association - Illinois is hosting the "Red Couch Tour" in Decatur! Check out their Facebook page to see where the couch will be next and to share your story.

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Last month you might recall the post we had about Carl and his beautiful scarf he knitted. We had a chance to catch up with the knitting club just to see what all happens there. Sue, a case manager at MRI, started the club and instructs first time knitters through the whole process.

- Katy was interested in the club but was unsure she would be able to participate due to her lack of mobility. Through some ingenuity, Sue was able to mount a loom to a table so Katy could achiev...e her goal to knit.

- Reene has the most experience in the club and has even taught Sue how to knit. During my attempt at knitting Reene assisted and coached me through the steps, even fixing the multiple mistakes I made.

- Chris started about the same time as Katy and is learning the whole process as well. Chris has ADHD and typically gets frustrated easily with difficult tasks. Knitting has been a challenge but Chris finds the activity to be relaxing and entertaining.

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