4th Annual New England Cerebral Palsy Conference a Success!

4th Annual New England Cerebral Palsy Conference a Success!

After a year of planning, on October 7th GMSS hosted the 4th annual New England Cerebral Palsy Conference.

It was well attended with attendees arriving from Vermont, Massachusetts, Connecticut, and New York.

Speakers and exhibitors traveled as far as the West Coast to help be a part; helping to ensure a successful conference

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GMSS Teams up with Joseph Scott Galleries for ‘First of its Kind’ Art Auction in VT

GMSS Teams up with Joseph Scott Galleries for ‘First of its Kind’ Art Auction in VT

Green Mountain Support Services has been honored to work with Joesph Scott Galleries from New York in planning a ‘first of its kind’ Art Auction in Vermont to raise money for Brain Injury Survivors who receive services from GMSS.

 

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Outdoor Bazaar for a 3rd Year

Outdoor Bazaar for a 3rd Year

You won’t want to miss the 3rd Annual GMSS Outdoor Bazaar on Saturday, August 17th at the Oxbow Park in Morrisville, VT.  The event continues to grow being one of the largest in Northern VT !  Vendors are filling up the park for this unique outdoor shopping experience that benefits our Adult Family Care program. 

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Our Meeting Rooms (Updated!)

Our Meeting Rooms (Updated!)

With our new office location in St Johnsbury, We have updated our list of Meeting Rooms. We are honored to name our 3 Meeting Rooms in our Northeast Kingdom office after Angela Amado, Marsha Forest, and Judith Snow. All three women have been tireless advocates and instrumental leaders in the field of disability.

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New Shared Living Provider Coordinator Helps Hard Working SLPs

New Shared Living Provider  Coordinator  Helps Hard Working SLPs

Most of you have seen Chelsea Miller at the front desk or have talked to her on the phone. In addition to her front desk duties, she was  pleased to assume the newly created position of Shared Living Provider (SLP) Coordinator.

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"Flexible Choices" Allow People to Stay in Their Home

"Flexible Choices" Allow People to Stay in Their Home

Green Mountain Support Services is excited to announce a new program designed to support the needs of our aging population and their caregivers. The Flexible Choices program will help Vermont seniors remain safe and independent for as long as possible in their communities.

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"I Am Here" Premieres on Vermont PBS

"I Am Here" Premieres on Vermont PBS

On Thursday, April 11, 2019 at 7:00 pm, Vermont PBS will host the premiere broadcast of the short film, “I am in Here” as part of their “Made Here” program. This award-winning docudrama, written by Mark Utter and filmed by Jim Heltz and produced by Emily Anderson, showcases a day in Mark’s life before he had access to “facilitated communication.”

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E-BADGE ACADEMY IS HERE!

E-BADGE ACADEMY IS HERE!

In early 2018, GMSS was one of 3 agencies in the country that was honored to pilot the NADSP ‘E-Badge Academy’. Our Direct Support Professionals (DSPs) were very active in providing feedback; now a year later, it is launched nationwide. 
 

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GMSS: 2019 Best Places to Work in Vermont!

GMSS:  2019 Best Places to Work in Vermont!

Green Mountain Support Services (GMSS) was recently named as one of the 2019 Best Places to Work in Vermont. The twelfth annual list of the Best Places to Work in Vermont was created by Vermont Business Magazine, the Vermont Chamber of Commerce,

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Our Meeting Rooms

Our Meeting Rooms

When we moved into our new location, we had 10 meeting rooms that needed to be named. We are proud to be part of a world -wide culture that advocates and supports everyone. No matter what their gifts and abilities, we all have a human right to a life we choose and will not be judged by a system that collectively places us in a setting based on a diagnosis.

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GMSS Launches Peer Support Network for DSPs & SLPs

GMSS Launches Peer Support Network for DSPs & SLPs

The work our Direct Support Professionals (DSPs) and Shared Living Providers (SLPs) do is hard, very hard.  Not only are they consistently out in front supporting those we serve, but they also have a very lonely job. 

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