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Join our team of professionals providing case management for individuals with intellectual disabilities and autism. In this role you will learn about strategies for individualized supports; build trusting, professional relationships; lead teams towards a greater goal; and continue your career...
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Our volunteer blogger, and second-year medical student, Ashwini Sarathy is back with her latest “Let’s Talk” post. Read “Let’s Talk New Year’s Resolutions”  for some important tips for home and on the road this winter.   Check out her whole...
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The CCS Annual Report for FY2021-22 is now available. Read or download it here!...
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Our volunteer blogger, and second-year medical student, Ashwini Sarathy is back with her latest “Let’s Talk” post. Read “Let’s Talk Winter Safety”  for some important tips for home and on the road this winter.   Check out her whole series...
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NIGHT TO SHINE (sponsored by Tim Tebow Foundation) is back, live and in person, on February 10th, 2023 at Essex Alliance Church. REGISTER ASAP and BEFORE DEC. 16th...
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Gearing up for Holiday shopping? if you shop online through Amazon, it’s simple to support CCS with every order you make – at the Holidays, and year-round! Just follow this link to designate CCS as your charity and Amazon will...
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THANKS to everyone who came to our Benefit Bake Tuesday night and, for those who bought raffle tickets, here’s your chance! The winning ticket was #811117 If you have it, email MIKE to arrange to pickup your prizes!...
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CCS invites you to the 2022 Adult Information Night  on Wednesday, October 26th from 5:30PM to 7:00PM. “Planning a Successful Transition from High School:  What, When, Why and How do I access Developmental Services and the Medicaid Waiver.” This event...
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UVM Medical student, and CCS volunteer blogger, Ash Sarathy offers tips on staying healthy as colder weather arrives  in the eighth in her series of health-tip posts, “Let’s Talk About Health!”  Read the pdf  here: Let’s Talk About Staying Healthy as the...
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CCS is pleased to welcome Andrew Rea to our Direct Support Professional (DSP) staff. He brings 12 years of experience in human services, including two years in Developmental  Service, to his new position. “I have used life events to further...
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