Need a script Guru

I have one last slide to script for a project that never ends.  My creative juices have dried up and I could use a jump start or a brain transplant.  Any suggestions/rewrites to make this text  more conversational and less boring would be appreciated. This script should describe the benefit of visiting the "Network of Care" to a new user.  The link is include in case that would help generate some ideas. Here is what the SME had to say:

Lanterman's Network of Care site is a listing of community-based resources for children and adults that are close to where you live.
 
This database not only includes resources that integrate children and adults with developmental disabilities into regular programming and activities with their non-disabled peers, but also includes specialized programs serving only people with developmental disabilities.
 
The Network of Care gives clients and families direct access to the resources that are available. When more than one resource is available that may meet a person's needs, service coordinators can help clients/families make an informed choice in accordance with the Regional Center’s service standards.
 

Visit Lanterman's Network of Care at http://www.lanterman.networkofcare.org/.

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Bruce Graham
Hopefully this is a start?
Bruce

Lanterman's Network of Care site is a listing of community-based resources for children and adults that are close to where you live.

So - are there any resources near where you live? Yes - you can find them on Lanterman's Network of Care.
This database not only includes resources that integrate children and adults with developmental disabilities into regular programming and activities with their non-disabled peers, but also includes specialized programs serving only people with developmental disabilities.

Network of Care tells you where you can find resources that bring all those with developmental disabilities into contact with their non-disabled peers, but also has details of programs just serving people with developmental disabilities
The Network of Care gives clients and families direct access to the resources that are available. When more than one resource is available that may meet a person's needs, service coordinators can help clients/families make an informed choice in accordance with the Regional Center’s service standards.

If you need help - Network of Care also has Service Coordinators that can help you make informed decisions in accordance with the Regional Center's service standards.