Our son lives in a REENA group home, and as a youngster, he attended the REENA Outreach program. For our family, REENA is like an extended family. The frontline staff have a “can do” approach and are always willing to partner with us in making our vision for our son a reality. It is peace of mind, knowing that our son is so cared for and that the staff from the top down, know him as an individual. We also must acknowledge Rabbi Kelman, who was our family Rabbi, growing up. Without his determination, perseverance and pioneering advocacy, at a time when people with disabilities were hidden and neglected, we would not have a REENA. He and Sandy Keshen have made the world a better place. May REENA, Bryan Keshen, and his amazing team go from strength to strength! Happy 50th REENA!