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CCS will be closed on Monday, May 25th in observance of Memorial Day. Have a safe and happy holiday....
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At each month’s “all-staff” meeting we announce a list of CCS staff members “caught in the act” of being extraordinary during the prior month. The best part of the recognition is that ir comes from colleagues! Even though most of...
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The latest issue of DIY (Do It Yourself) Newsletter is available. Download the full pdf here!...
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What’s so special about Tuesday? Well, if it motivates you to GIVE to causes you support, it is special. Just know that CCS works hard to put ALL donations to work (no matter WHAT day they come in!) in support...
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The Coronavirus or COVID-19 is changing our lives in many ways for a while. As of March 9, 2020, Green Mountain Self-Advocates has been co-hosting 3 zoom meetings a week. In response to our conversations we have created this toolkit...
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Celebrate our own Judy Ververs, Vermont DSP of the Year, and her colleagues nationwide (including National DSP of the Year Eligio Velassquez of New Mexico). On Wed., May 6th from 4 to 5:30 p.m., ANCOR (the American Network of Community...
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CCS seeks a Service Coordinator to provide case management for individuals with intellectual disabilities and autism. The ideal candidate enjoys working in a team-oriented position, and demonstrates both leadership and a strong desire to improve the lives of others. See...
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WE HAVE A WINNER! CCS is honored and proud to announce that ANCOR, the American Network of Community Options and Resources, named our own Judy Ververs the Vermont Direct Support Professional (DSP) of the Year! In announcing Judy’s award, ANCOR...
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CCS held it’s first ever remote All-Staff meeting via Zoom this week. We retained the tradition of reading the months “Catch-a-Stars,” staff members nominated by their peers for extraordinary service. Here are those honored at our April meeting: Brent: a HUGE...
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Life has changed dramatically in the past few weeks, but Vermont’s designated and specialized service agencies are still here to help.  Vermont Care Partners (VCP) agencies are now meeting the mental health, substance use disorder and developmental services needs of Vermonters...
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