Recently, NeuroRestorative Massachusetts received a letter from one of the many outside service coordinators the staff partners with on a daily basis. The following letter illustrates the commitment our staff have to understanding the needs of those we serve and to going the extra mile each day to ensure those needs are met.
Denise Spagnola, an administrative health assistant at Ohio MENTOR thanks her program director Kristy DeVan for enriching the lives of children and families they serve and providing inspiration to employees throughout the Cleveland and Canton offices.
Staff at MENTOR Oregon's McMinnville Alternative to Employment program go above and beyond in providing services and helping individuals thrive.
Serena saw the potential for a wonderful employee and proceeded to provide her with the resources, encouragement and support to help her achieve a goal.
Caring for individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities (I/DD) is Jim Seabridge’s life’s work. He has spent nearly 35 years helping individuals live life to the fullest in community settings—including working as a Direct Support Professional (DSP) with Pennsylvania MENTOR for the last 10 years.