@TheGuild January / February e-news
Transforming The Guild School's house into an inviting home
Large murals and room signs created by youth with Artists for Humanity are both evocative and functional, turning white walls into joyful depictions of life in the ocean and forest. Learn more about the wayfinding project.
Guild students and staff featured in catalog of playground manufacturer
Burke's 2020 promotional material spotlights the Belmont Savings Bank Foundation Playground in the company's print catalog and online. Read the catalog and watch the related video.
New Student Council hard at work
The recently established student government is already having an impact on the lives of Guild School students — both council members and the rest of the student body. Read more about the activities of the Student Council.
Guild educator travels to China to visit autism center in Nanchang
Since her days as a student at Southern New Hampshire University, Chelsea Parrott has wanted to take part in a Global Autism Project overseas trip to support the development of a school for children with autism. Read more.
Innovative curriculum teaches writing skills to Guild students
The First Author program is designed to help each student find their individual "voice" and express themselves on topics of their own choosing. Discover more about the First Author curriculum.
Guild community mourns death of longtime program director, trustee
Bill Power prioritized caring for the individuals served, but he was also dedicated to developing the next generation of human-services professionals. Learn more about his impact on The Guild.
Read our 2018-19 Annual Report
Learn more about the people (students, adult residents, direct caregivers and others) and programs that contributed to a truly transformative year at the Guild for Human Services . Read or download the annual report.
Help our wishes come true
We invite you to c heck out The Guild's wish list of items to help support community experiences, education, adapted physical education and recreation, and personal development for our students and adult residents. Review our wish list.
Join the Youth Parent/Family Advisory Committee (PAC)
We're seeking new members to represent the interests of families and share feedback with senior leadership about your child’s experience. The next meeting is scheduled for January 27 at 6 p.m. Call 781-893-6000, ext. 5100 for more information.
The Guild School is now accepting referrals for new students
The Guild School’s unique program serves students ages 6-22 who are diagnosed with autism or an intellectual disability. For more than 70 years, The Guild has been preparing children and young adults with the education, confidence and skills they need to reach their full potential. There are immediate openings for both day and residential students. Today, The Guild is proud to offer a full continuum of services, including vocational training, direct occupational therapy services and specialized education. To learn more, call our Admissions team at 781-893-6000 or email [email protected]
The Guild for Human Services
521 Virginia Road
Concord, MA 01742
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