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CCS is pleased to introduce Kim MacQueen as the newest member of our Direct Support Professional (DSP) team. Welcome aboard, Kim, and best of luck!...
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We are thrilled that Ann Zuccardy will be the featured speaker at CCS Awards Lunch ’24, scheduled for Thurs. April 25th at Noon at Elley-Long Music Center at Ft. Ethan Allen. (Tickets/reservations available starting Feb. 1st) Ann Zuccardy is an author, adjunct professor...
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Our colleagues at Washington County Mental Health Services (WCMHS) are pursuing a vision of better mental health based on ensure a safe base at “home.” They are doing great work and creating powerful community collaborations to make that happen. Learn...
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CCS had an unusual visitor last week . . . can you guess who it was? Here’s a hint: He’s huge, he’s green, and he loves baseball. That’s right, it’s everyone’s favorite Lake Monster, CHAMP! He was part o a...
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In-person AND Zoom* event! We welcome you to an evening of essential information to support individuals with Intellectual Disabilities and their families to understand, prepare and navigate Adult Services through the Medicaid Waiver. Presentations by the Howard Center and Champlain...
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“Winter is all about hearty, fulfilling meals,” says CCS health tips blogger (and UVM Med student) Ashwini Sarathy. “I wanted to share with you some of my favorite winter recipes that help you sneak in some extra veggies.” Check out...
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Our Bridging and School2Work programs are featured in VTDigger as the kick-off of a Vermont Care Partners “sponsored content” series: “For too long, opportunities and expectations for youth with intellectual disabilities and autism – and the expectations they set for...
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New Year, ongoing tradition. “Catch-A-Star” awards honor exceptional work, as nominated by colleagues. Here’s the first list of 2024 as announced at January’s All-Staff meeting: Jenn W – thank you for just being downright amazing and thank you for all...
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Our Colchester Peer Growth & Lifelong Learning (PGLL) group is partnering with the South Burlington Public Library (180 Market Street) for a fun event on Thurs., January 25th from 1-3 p.m. We will eat snacks, listen to music, and play...
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When disasters hit, recovery can feel impossible. But there is nothing stronger than the support Vermonters provide one other. CCS and Vermont Care Partners stand with the community during challenging times. In response to recent flooding, we want you to...
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