Monthly Archives: April 2022

CCS is pleased to welcome Jennifer Lian as a Residential Program Manager. With more than twenty years of experience as a Senior Professional Advisor at Professional and Continuing Education (PACE) at the University of Vermont (UVM), Jennifer has worked with...
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Vermont Care Partners agencies are presenting FREE screenings of this important IndieFlix film on CyberBullying. In Chittenden County, CCS is helping to promote the screening presented by our colleagues at Howard Center on Wed., May 4th. The film will b...
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In February CCS Executive Director Beth Sightler was interviewed by New England Psychologist about our workforce pressures, and the piece was recently published. Read the full article here....
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Be a part of Way2Work, Vermont’s leading supported employment program and help individuals with intellectual disabilities and autism discover their career path. The successful candidate will demonstrate reliability, strong communication skills, and the ability to solve problems effectively and professionally....
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