@TheGuild November / December e-news
This Halloween was a true ‘treat’ at The Guild 
Students, staff and residents enjoyed parties, dressing up in costume, decorating pumpkins, trick-or-treating and other activities to mark the end of October. Take a look at some of the special moments in our slideshow.
The Guild is featured on WCVB's TV news broadcast
Students and staff members appeared on Channel 5's EyeOpener Wake Up Call to promote The Guild School's 18th annual Field Day. Check out the video.
For more than 20 years, she has served students one smile at a time
A teaching assistant known for her positive outlook, patience and persistence, Eunice Demezier enjoys making a difference in the lives of Guild students. Read more about Eunice.
New dental chair to provide 'lift' to The Guild School's in-house clinic
A generous grant from the Massachusetts Dental Society Foundation will support the purchase of a new exam chair that will allow for X-rays to supplement routine services.   Learn more about the MDS gift.
Evidence-based supervision model enhancing quality of care at Guild
More than 100 supervisors are receiving ongoing training aimed at making them more effective managers. Learn more about The Guild’s implementation of the Yale Program on Supervision.
Artists from The Umbrella Arts Center donate vibrant artwork
The art has beautified public spaces and enlivened previously bare walls in first-floor conference rooms and administrative areas at The Guild’s headquarters in Concord. Read more about the gifts.
Help us to make a difference with a gift to The Guild
Private support funds recreational and community-based activities and provides for necessary improvements not covered by tuition or state reimbursement. Make a gift and positively impact the lives of students and residents.
Guild launches a new family resource library
Families are encouraged to donate books, DVDs, magazines and other materials on topics such as special needs, developmental issues and special education. Read more about this new initiative.
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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