All posts by: Mike

Listen to a very engaging podcast , “The Education of Bill Ashe,” as Bill talks with Roy Gerstenberger. Conversation centers on history and advancement of inclusion of people with all abilities, in Vermont and beyond....
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CCS will be closed for services on Monday, October 14th in recognition of Vermont’s celebration of Indigenous Peoples Day. We will re-open at 8 a.m. on Tuesday, October 15th....
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The staff was still buzzing about “the best retreat ever,” so it was no surprise when Staff Retreat organizers Karen and Julie swept the “Catch-a-Star” awards* at our October meeting. The awards: Karen & Julie: Shout out to Julie and Karen...
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Bridging students staffed the cameras while some of their classmates asked questions or recited a favorite Shakespeare quote as CCTV Channel 17 in Burlington featured the new partnership with The Flynn Center for Performing Arts. Funded in part by a...
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Did you know that one person dies by suicide every three days in Vermont? The most common age range is youth 12-15, but people across all ages and demographics are struggling. Read the rest of the second in VTDigger’s four-part...
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CCS anounces an $3,000 Arts Impact Grant from the Vermont Arts Council in support of an exciting collaboration between our great partners at Flynn Center for Performing Arts and our Bridging program. We will work with resident artists at Flynn...
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CCS is proud to support the efforts of our colleagues at Howard Center as we both join with the rest of our Vermont Care Partners (VCP) collaborative to present “Suicide: The Ripple Effect.” Our FREE Burlington screening is Thurs. Sept...
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Celebrate all Direct Support Professionals at the State House in Montpelier on Thursday, Sept. 12 from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Sponsored by Green Mountain Self-Advocates and Vermont Care Partners. Details on event flyer...
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Each month we recognize staff members – nominated by their colleagues – who have been “caught in the act” of doing something extraordinary here at CCS. We’re a little late reporting last month’s Catch-A-Star winners, but they doesn’t dim their...
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Thanks to VTDigger for presenting a four-part commentary from Vermont Care Partners on Suicide Prevention Awareness. Read Part 1 of that series. ...
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