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Indeed Free - The Reborn ID

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For more than 30 years, Cindy Tuttle has been dedicated to enriching the lives of adults and children who are mentally challenged or suffer from mental illness. She began as a college student, working as a Special Education intern at a Sacramento, California public school for students whose challenges ranged from autism to Down Syndrome. “I had entered college as a music major, but during my freshman year, I dealt with mental health issues of my own. It was after that experience, that I realized God had a different -- and very unexpected -- plan for my life.”

Cindy has served on the Sacramento County Mental Health Consumer Committee and Mental Health Advisory Board as well as its Older Adult Committee, which advocated for the services needed by older adults with severe mental illness. She has twice been named the Advocate of the Year for Sacramento County by the Mental Health Association.

Today, Cindy has turned her focus to providing spiritual retreats and spiritual support for caregivers of people who are elderly with severe disabilities or illnesses..  In addition authoring four books, Cindy writes about Christian events and community news in the Sacramento area for the San Francisco edition of Examiner.com and is a regular contributor to Big Blend Magazine.Cindy has been published in eighteen periodicals and four producers are reviewing some of her books for possibly being made into movies.