The Stephen C. Beasley Center for Learning (CFL) provides opportunities for organizations and individuals to learn about The Brookwood Way®


The Center for Learning offers those who are led to serve resources with a unique approach that awakens meaning and purpose in the lives of adults with disabilities.


CoAct Project Symposium April 19-21

The CoAct Project is a national executive symposium for leaders who choose to serve adults with intellectual disabilities. Each year professionals from around the country discuss challenges, establish best practices, and strengthen relationships so that we may better serve these individuals and their families.


Your sponsorship makes it possible for attendees to register free of charge. In this way, you are participating in the continual improvement of how individuals with disabilities can be better served, as participants devote the time to learning from presenters and each other and then implement improvements in their communities.

Sponsorships also provide high visibility and networking opportunities for your brand/ministry to a nation-wide audience.

For Sponsorship Opportunities, Benefits, and Reply Form, click applicable button.

If you would like to become a sponsor or know of corporations, organizations, or individuals who may be interested in becoming a sponsor, please contact Jana Mullins Danna at janam@brookwoodcommunity.org, 281-375-2260, or Carol Thornburg at carolt@brookwoodcommunity.org, 281-375-2110.


In addition to our full day conferences, Brookwood offers a variety of other Learning Opportunities both on-line and at our main campus. 

These sessions are held during the lunch hour in our café and feature a guest speaker with topics including Neuro-diversity, Spirituality, Autism, Fund-Raising, Aging in Place, Finding Purpose and many more
These virtual conferences can be ½ day or longer covering a variety of topics and speakers.


Brookwood offers internships for qualifying candidates from a multitude of schools, colleges, and universities.


The Internship Program at Brookwood begins with an interview with the individual wishing to contribute their time with a deep desire to learn more about The Brookwood Way®. Our program includes students and faculty members from a variety of colleges, universities, post-graduate institutions or people simply wanting to learn more about our unique approach of celebrating adults with disabilities.

Backgrounds and interests include individuals desiring experience in the field of medical, dental, nursing, social work, psychology, education, special education, occupational therapy, physical therapy, theology, fitness, recreation, business operations, marketing, retail, café, or horticulture. 

We welcome any interested individuals who are willing to serve and want to learn more to email:

interns@brookwoodcommunity.org or apply today.

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Thank You Cinco Ranch Rotary Club

Brookwood would like to thank the Cinco Ranch Rotary Club for their grant and support in underwriting the next steps in Brookwood’s training and outreach programs as well as the Center for Learning. These training and outreach opportunities have a far-reaching impact, extending beyond Brookwood’s campus in Brookshire.