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This year CCS partnered with medical students from the Larner College of Medicine at UVM on a semester-long research project through the Public Health Partnership (PHP) program.  Our team looked examined “Understanding communication experiences of patients with intellectual and developmental...
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DID YOU KNOW . . . there is a great team representing CCS in the 2022 Lake Champlain Dragon Boat Festival this Sunday? YES! The CCS Crickets are “riding the dragon for charity” in this wonderful event hosted by Dragonheart...
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Each month CCS staff recognize colleagues who added a little something extra to the mix in the past month. Here’s the list of “Catch-a-Stars” honored at our August “All Staff” meeting: RoZe – for managing a potential crisis with quick...
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CCS is excited to introduce Jeremy Martin as a new Residential Direct Support Professional (DSP). He brings experience in the mental and holistic health sectors, and has worked as a professional writer and editor, entrepreneur, and in branding and marketing,...
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UVM Medical student, and CCS volunteer blogger, Ash Sarathy offers tips on practicing Mindfulness  in the seventh in her series of health-tip posts, “Let’s Talk About Health!”  Read the pdf  here: Let’s Talk About Mindfulness Read her earlier posts here: Let’s Talk about Making...
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All of us at CCS join in congratulating Larry Bissonnette on being awarded the Vermont Arts Council 2022 Governor’s Award for Excellence in the Arts! This award is the most distinguished recognition bestowed by the State of Vermont. Accordingly, it...
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Congratulations to Champlain Voices President and CCS Board of Directors member Hasan Ko, recently named the 2022  of the April Dunn Start Your Journey Award by the National Association of Councils on Developmental Disabilities. It’s a fitting tribute to his...
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CCS is excited to welcome Chris Micklus to the staff as our new system administrator. Chris brings strong experience, most recently in process improvement in the manufacturing industry.  He studied Music Production and Graphic Design at Northern Vermont University at...
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Vermont’s sole congressional seat is open and you can be part of the process. Vermont Statewide Independent Living Council (VTSILC) and Vermont Center for Independent Living (VCIL) are holding a Congressional Forum on Disability Justice & ADA Celebration on Tuesday, July 26...
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UVM Medical student, and CCS volunteer blogger, Ash Sarathy offers tips on meeting new people and making  new friends  in the sixth in her series of health-tip posts, “Let’s Talk About Health!”  Read the pdf  here: Let’s Talk about Making New...
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