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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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We’re into Flu Season and our health tips blogger has some important information on the flu vaccine. Wondering how it worls? Where to get it? Who it’s recommended for? Read our volunteer blogger, medical student Aswini Sarathy’s latest: “Let’s Talk...
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In her monthly health tips blog, UVM Med. student  and CCS volunteer Ashwini Sarathy reminds us Fall is in the air and it’s a good time to make plans to keep social connections strong through the colder months to come....
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Weather forced the first ever rainout of our picnic. But we are EXCITED to try again. Mark your calendars, CCS families, staff and volunteers. Our make-up date is Thursday, Sept 7th – same time, same place! And we’ll still have...
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Our volunteer blogger, and second-year medical student, Ashwini Sarathy is back with her latest “Let’s talk about health – with Ash!” post. Read “Let’s Talk about Making a Video Diary”  for some fun and important ideas and tips! Check out...
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CCS is excited to announce Erin Chastenay has joined the Management Team as a Service Coordinator. Erin holds a B.A. in Psychology from Northern Vermont University, and brings 13 years experience in Human Services, beginning with a previous stint at...
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Come to a Family Information Night on Wed., March 22nd from 5:30pm to 7:00pm. We will welcome Kirsten Murphy, Executive Director of Vermont Developmental Disabilities Council to present on the Vermont ABLE Account and the benefits of adding this to...
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Our volunteer blogger, and second-year medical student, Ashwini Sarathy is back with her latest “Let’s talk about health – with Ash!” post. Read “Let’s Talk about Do-It-Yourself projects”  for some fun and important ideas and tips! Check out her whole...
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“Creating Communities” highlights the work of our colleagues at Families First in Brattleboro and other members of the Developmental Services Action Consortium, and the benefits of shared living. The latest in the sponsor spotlight series, developed for publication in VTDigger...
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Tackling the Crisis of Suicide: Postvention in the Workplace: “Vermont consistently has the highest suicide rate among the northeastern states, and a group of experts at Howard Center and the Center for Health and Learning have partnered to help address...
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