Human Rights Committee seeks a volunteer nurse

Latham Centers’ volunteer Human Rights Committee, created to help review the organization’s human rights practices, is seeking a nurse to join the oversight group. The committee includes at least 5 members including a parent of a service recipient, an individual who receives services, an attorney, a social worker, and a nurse.

The current vacancy for the volunteer nurse position can be filled by an RN or LPN and can be someone currently practicing or retired (current license not required). The nurse role’s primary focus is quality enhancement of our medication administration practices.

The Human Rights Committee meets 4 times a year, from 5:00 to 7:00 pm, currently via teleconference. If you’re interested in learning more about this volunteer role, please contact Rebecca Amaral, Human Rights Coordinator for Latham, at


More About Latham: Latham Centers, Inc. is a non-profit Cape Cod-based human services organization. The agency provides therapeutic, educational, residential, and vocational services to individuals with disabilities. Latham’s Children’s Services Program serves approximately 50 children in our residential special education school in Brewster. Latham’s Adult Services Program serves more than 60 adults in numerous group residences and supported community living locations throughout Cape Cod and southeastern Massachusetts.

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