All posts by: Mike

The newest issue of D.I.Y. Newsletter is here! READ IT!...
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CCS thanks Price Chopper’s Golub Foundation for its $1,000 grant in support of the Peer Mentor component of our Bridging program. The Foundation has supported us with sponsorships of our Spring events in the past and we are excited to...
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Thanks to Vermont Parks Forever for approving our grant for passes for the 2024 season through its Park Access Fund! Good at ANY Vermont State Park and are available to CCS consumers, families and supporting staff. For CCS families and...
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Which CCS staff were honored by their peer for exceptional work at the May All-Staff meeting? Here’s the list: Rachel P – thank you for the kindness and compassion you bring to work each day. You provide incredible support and...
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LET’S TALK EXERCISE!   In her latest edition of “Let’s Talk About Health,” CCS volunteer blogger and UVM Med Student Ashwini Sarathy looks at the importance of getting enough exercise to stay healthy, and offers some tips on easy “at-home”...
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Introducing Laura Printon – a new Youth Job Coach in oour Way2Work / School2Work program. Welcome to CCS, Laura!...
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Meet Kevin Donegan – our newest Direct Support Professional (substitute). Welcome aboard, Kevin!...
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CCS is pleased to introduce Caroline Biddle McKenzie – the first person to fill a brand neww position: Recruitment Outreach Coordinator. CONGRATS, Caroline, and welcome to CCS!...
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The Bridging group had a great time-sharing experiences with Eclipse 2024 today. Topper from Green Mountain Self Advocates was with us. This allowed time to work on some Self Advocacy Skills such as a game called “Making Your Case”. Since...
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Sure, the solar eclipse is super exciting – but nothing outshines or eclipses our “staff stars!” Here are our Catch-A-Star winners for April . . . Natalie-Your patience, help, support, and great ideas are so appreciated-thank you. Josh and MU’s...
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