Burlington House a happy 'family,' OT making a difference for students
The Guild for Human Services' Newsletter
The latest news and updates from The Guild
A special bond in Burlington
The residents of The Guild's first adult program house are not just roommates, they are longtime friends who care about one another's well-being.
With help from The Guild's occupational therapy team, it's a close shave for Peter
Once reluctant to use a razor, Peter Anastasi has now mastered the self-care skill. Next up: Learning to send emails, cook for himself and do laundry.
You're invited to our next Youth Parents Group meeting
Michelle Lund of the state Department of Developmental Services will discuss the transition to adult services from 6-8 p.m. on Wednesday, March 6 at The Guild.
Parents Group: March 6, 2019
521 Virginia Road, Concord, MA 01742
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Serving visually impaired individuals
During the National Eye Institute's Low Vision Awareness Month, The Guild has several ongoing initiatives to support students and adult residents with vision challenges.
Do you have a story to share about the impact of a Guild Direct Support Professional?
The Arc of Massachusetts is hosting a contest inviting individuals to submit videos of 1-3 minutes. Winner receives a $50 gift card.
The Guild School is accepting student referrals
Referrals are being accepted for students ages 6-22. Referrals may be sent via email, postal mail or fax. For more information, call 781-893-6000 or email
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The Guild for Human Services
521 Virginia Road
Concord, MA 01742