@TheGuild April e-news
Local researcher explores earlier detection of autism in children
Autism Speaks official discusses breakthrough research by University of Massachusetts Boston professor and other issues during Q&A for World Autism Month. Read more.
The Guild unveils a new logo
Part of a larger rebranding effort, the new design element portrays the dynamism of today's Guild while recalling the organization's proud history of supporting vulnerable populations. Read more.
No rivalry with these two siblings
Guild School student Kaitlyn Tarr serves as an inspiration to her brother "Mikey," a doctor in New York who credits her for influencing his decision to pursue a medical career and teaching him to appreciate life. Read more.
Building strong connections at Billerica House
From a young age, Nin Chan showed the compassion, patience and disposition that has allowed her to build strong, enduring relationships with several of The Guild's adult residents. Read more.
Shared 'wisdom' makes procedure go more smoothly
Cedar House assistant residential manager Renel Desjardins happily supported student T.J. Sheppard by joining him at his tooth extraction surgery. Read more.
Coming into focus soon!
In early May, The Guild will debut a newly redesigned website that will feature videos, photo galleries, a blog, easier navigation and more.
The Guild is now accepting referrals for new students
Referrals are being accepted for both day and residential students ages 6-22, and there are immediate openings for day school students. Referrals may be sent via email, postal mail or fax. To learn more or to schedule a tour, call 781-893-6000 or email admissions@guildhumanservices.org.
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