By, Keili A. Trottier Family Services Clinician As you stand in line in your local grocery store, chances are you’ll notice the little blond haired girl with her hair in bows and her pink dress smiling up at you, and you will likely smile back. Will you notice that same girl with the same smile when
Blog created by Developmental Services Director Kathleen Hamilton — 32 years As we begin a new calendar year, we once again face the uncertainty of funding decisions that will be made this legislative session. Once again we will be struggling to prove publicly the value and necessity of our services to the individuals we serve.
Written by Teacher Assistant Dan Zaffrano Part 2 of 2 Have you noticed how much of this time of year is spent on reflection? We look at all the good and bad that happened the last year, we think about where we want to be in the coming year, and think about all those nasty habits
Written by Family Support Worker Joan Buczek Part 1 of 2 On Thursday the 21st of December my twenty one year old daughter Nitana flew in from California where she has been residing for the last two years. She wanted to spend a couple of days with her great grandmother in Massachusetts. My plan would
By Northshire UCS Director Peg Gregory Winter in Vermont. For many it conjures up pleasant thoughts of a winter wonderland with opportunities for winter sports, cozy fires and holiday celebrations. But for many who live here, winter is another story. Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD) is a form of major depression that usually develops in the