Assisting people who have disabilities to live in their community.
Jon is the Executive Director of Crotched Mountain Residential Services in Greenfield, NH. He arrived at Crotched Mountain in October, 2001. He has over 30 years experience working in the field of developmental disabilities. He has held similar positions at LifeStream, Inc., in New Bedford, Massachusetts; Developmental Services of Strafford County in Dover; and The Plus Company, Inc., in Nashua. Jon has also served as a mental illness management case worker for the Area Agency in Nashua, NH and worked as a residential coordinator for the Society to Advance the Retarded and Handicapped in Norwalk, CT.
New Hampshire Residential Provider Network, Private Provider Network, National Rehabilitation Association.
MS Organizational Management and Leadership, Springfield College School of Human Services, Community Health Care Management Certificate from Antioch University
I like helping people overcome the challenges of having disabilities, finding resources, and having a better life. Many times this doesn't involve changing the person with disabilities, but changing the environment, or society.
Cohousing is an interesting option for people who would like to live in a "community of mutual support".
Dignity of risk, inclusion, equal rights, cohousing, etc..
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Hi Melissa, Sorry for the delayed response. This may be a question better suited for someone with legal expertise specifically in the HR/Disability field. I would ask fellow expert Thomas Yancey
Hi Jan, I would suggest contacting Ride-Away in Londonderry, NH. They have the best selection and their sales people will find a solution to best meet your needs. http://www.ride-away.com/ Hope
Hi Keri, Staff turnover can be a problem no matter where you go. I'd be happy to discuss options. Given that we are so close geographically, I would suggest that you give me a call. 603-547-3311
I think web MD explains it best Cerebral palsy is caused by a brain injury or problem that occurs during pregnancy, birth, or within the first 2 to 3 years of a child's life. Cerebral palsy can be caused
Cerebral palsy affects muscle control and coordination, so even simple movements — like standing still — are difficult. Other vital functions that also involve motor skills and muscles — such as breathing