News

MAY
15

Bona Vista Names New CEO

After a thorough interviewing process by Bona Vista’s Board of Directors, it was decided on May 11, 2018 that Brianne Boles will be taking on a new role at Bona Vista as the President and Chief Executive Officer.
JAN
20

School for special needs community opened 60 years ago

1958 was a game-changing year for the special needs population in Howard County. That was the year a group of parents got together and opened a school for their children with special needs.
JAN
8

WorkForce Diversity puts people in dream jobs

Bona Vista's Work Force Diversity program is helping people achieve their dreams, thanks, in part, to businesses like Walgreens, Goodwill …
JAN
5

Thanks to all the difference makers of 2017

When you stop and think about who the difference makers are in your life, who comes to mind? Your family? A special friend? A gracio…
JAN
4

The cheer was flowing at Bona Vista this season

Smiling is my favorite! If you’re not familiar with the movie “Elf” that’s one of the famous lines from the main character in the fi… Read more
DEC
18

Bona Vista Fashion Show was a success

A few weeks ago I wrote about a Shop for a Cause Fashion Show to benefit Bona Vista Programs that my Kokomo Area Career Center inter…
DEC
13

Thanks for supporting nonprofits on Giving Tuesday

On the heels of Thanksgiving, Black Friday, Small Business Saturday, and Cyber Monday came Giving Tuesday. You may have heard about …
DEC
9

Modeling diversity: Bona Vista event pairs inclusion, fashion

The crowd went wild as ladies from Kokomo High School and Bona Vista made their way across the runway Thursday night.
DEC
6

Kokomo Perspective Announces People of the Year Finalists

At the end of every year, the editorial staff of the Kokomo Perspective selects its People of the Year. This recognition is reserved…
DEC
4

Bona Vista food drive going on this week

Bona Vista's Adult Day Services program has been teaching about giving over the past several weeks. Part of their lesson included...
NOV
22

Bona Vista fashion show coming Dec. 7

On that Thursday at Central Middle School, 303 E. Superior St., vendors, boutiques, and small business owners will line the downstairs cafeteria area and allow people to shop for a cause to benefit Bona Vista Programs. There’s no admission fee to the ev
NOV
19

My intern rocks!

Her name is Zoë Wainscott. She’s a senior at Kokomo High School and a student at the Kokomo Area Career Center.
NOV
14

Karickhoff honored as INARF Legislator of the Year

State Rep. Mike Karickhoff (R-Kokomo) was recently named the 2017 Indiana Association of Rehabilitation Facilities Legislator of the…
NOV
8

To support United Way is to support Bona Vista

Many years ago (in what now seems like a previous lifetime) someone asked me why I donated to the United Way of Howard County. They …
OCT
28

October is National Physical Therapy Month

In celebration of October being National Physical Therapy Month, we want to take a minute to celebrate Bona Vista’s extraordinary physical therapy staff ...