Human Rights Committee seeks volunteer nurse

December 18, 2019

Latham Centers’ Human Rights Committee is seeking a nurse to join the group. This volunteer oversight committee helps review our human rights practices. The Human Rights Committee (HRC) is comprised of at least five members including a parent of a service recipient, an individual who receives services, an attorney, a social worker, and a nurse.

We currently have a vacancy for the volunteer nurse position. The role can be filled by an RN or LPN and can be someone currently practicing or retired (current license not required). The nurse’s role is to give a quality check to Latham Centers’ medication administration practices.

The Human Rights Committee meets four times a year (on a weeknight) from 5:00 to 7:00 p.m. at Latham’s campus expansion site at 1439 Main Street in Brewster. Teleconferencing is available.

If you are interested in learning more about this volunteer opportunity, please contact Rebecca Amaral, our Human Rights Coordinator, at (774) 353-9293 or ramaral@lathamcenters.org.

More about Latham Centers: Our non-profit Cape Cod-based organization is a leader in special education and residential programs for children and adults with disabilities. Our mission is to create opportunities for independence, self-worth, and happiness for children and adults with complex special needs. We serve approximately 100 children and adults in our Children’s and Adult Services Programs. Latham’s programs include a therapeutic residential school in Brewster serving students ages 8-22, and a residential program serving 50 adults who reside in 12 homes and individualized supported community living settings throughout Cape Cod and southeastern Massachusetts.

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