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The State of Vermont invites people receiving Developmental Disabilities Services (DDS), and their family members or advocates, to serve on working groups studying DDS payment reform. The Department of Disabilities, Aging and Independent Living, in partnership with the Department of...
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American Flatbread Burlington Hearth hosts a Benefit Bake for CCS on Tuesday, November 27th with a portion of the purchase of ALL FLATBREADS sold (eat-in or carry-out) going to CCS. This is always a good time! AND, get this, we’ll...
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CCS officially welcomes Nicole Sullivan as the newest member of our Service Coordination team. A New York City native, Nicole graduated from the University of Vermont in 2014 with a B.S. Degree in Communication Science & Disorders. She brings past...
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In July, representatives of the National Council on Disability (NCD) visited CCS as part of a study on inclusive employment, sheltered workshops, and sub-minimum wage employment nationwide. CCS is featured in From the New Deal to the Real Deal: Joining the...
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Bridging at CCS presents the first of a series of Family Information Nights on Wed. October 3rd from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. at CCS. This first session is “Introduction to Adult Services.” It’s FREE and all families with students with...
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CCS officially welcomes Adam Carnes to the management team as our newest Service Coordinator. Originally from Pittsburgh, Adam studied Fine Arts at Cooper Union in New York City. Past experience includes teaching art to children, including students on the Autism...
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CCS is hiring direct support staff to offer one-to-one supports to people with intellectual disabilities and autism. Great training and supervision, a variety of schedules, benefits offered. Make a difference in someone’s life! See the full job description Download our Application...
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Bridging at CCS is growing – our largest group to date kicked-off its year three weeks ago. Groups of students who will engage the community together selected names for their “learning pods:” Women Power (shown), Cruising Eagles, and Green Mountain Travelers...
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The opportunity to see the world in which we live through photography can be a powerful experience for artists as well as audiences. Through the lens of photography, we are offered a look into how others see the world, what...
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We are proud of, and grateful for, our dedicated staff of Direct Support Professionals. Help us recognize them, and DSP from around Vermont, on Monday, September 10th from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the State House in Montpelier. Along...
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