Latham’s Executive Team Welcomes 2023!

January 2, 2023

Happy New Year from the Senior Administration team at Latham Centers! We have much to be grateful for.  Thank you to our dedicated 240-plus employees and our incredible Latham Community of families, friends, and supporters who continue to help us advance our mission-driven work. We have some exceptional things happening at Latham in the year…

Hanukkah celebrations at Latham: students and staff enjoy old and new traditions

December 30, 2022

Clinician Judy Skolnick, LCSW, creates amazing Hanukkah programs for all the students at Latham Centers each year. She thoughtfully sent out worksheets, coloring pages, and activities for the students to color/make for the holiday. Her special touch is impressive and greatly appreciated! Throughout the holiday season, we love seeing staff and students working together to…

Holiday Light Fight (Part 2) from the Adult Program’s Elf Squad

December 29, 2022

The Elf Squad and program participants exceeded all expectations in this year’s Adult Services HOLIDAY LIGHT FIGHT contest! Staff and residents showed the most enthusiasm and participation ever with this year’s Residential Program Light Fight. “Being part of the elf squad, I’d like to thank all the participants,” said Residential Manager Bethany Franklin. “Christmas spirit…

Adult Services Program’s holiday “Light Fight” 2022: Part 1

December 26, 2022

The individuals at Setucket look forward to the annual Light Fight all year long, Residential Manager Kendra King-Blischke said when sharing this pre-holiday video clip. “Michelle C. puts so much planning and effort into decorating!” Our Adult Program management team did an incredible job planning and sharing the results of the Residential Team’s decoration contest. Jodi…

Ho Ho Holiday Extravaganza featured original dancing and appearance by Santa

December 23, 2022

On Wednesday, December 21st, the friends, family, and students of Latham Centers gathered together at the Brewster Baptist Church for a fun and festive Holiday Extravaganza. The students’ performance, led by Performing Arts Instructor Gabrielle Siani, was the main attraction for the guests, however for the students, it was Santa. Performance highlights included Original Dancing…

Season’s Greetings from Latham Centers!

December 21, 2022

Warmest holiday greetings from all of us at Latham Centers!  Wishing you good health, happiness, and belonging in the year ahead. In the words of Latham student Matthew (bear artwork creator), we hope you find your place “where everyone can go and be happy.” Thank you for being a part of our Latham Community!

The Attitude of Gratitude (Part 2)

December 20, 2022

Pictured: The students first completed a writing activity in class; this is one student’s work. We posted a video and blog yesterday capturing three students’ gratitude during the holiday season. To continue the Attitude of Gratitude series, we wanted to showcase three more gentlemen, some of whom have been at Latham Centers for a few…

The Attitude of Gratitude at Latham!

December 19, 2022

Pictured: Students completed a writing activity in class; this is one student’s work. The students at Latham Centers are a grateful bunch, often working with staff to show appreciation in many ways. Whether staff and students are bringing wreaths to the fire and police departments in Brewster or sharing monthly ‘affirmations’ during Community Meeting, the…

Preparing for the Holidays: A short video by Dir. of PWS Services Patrice Carroll, LICSW

December 16, 2022

Pictured: Staff on campus work hard to create a fun and safe environment for our students during the holidays Our Director of PWS Services, Patrice Carroll, LICSW, created a short video for the parents in our Prader-Willi syndrome community after many inquiries from parents and a recent staff training for our Children’s and Adult Program…

Celebrating Anne Gilmore: the “behind the scenes” master coordinator

December 15, 2022

Pictured: The Children’s Program Education Team thanks Anne Gilmore (part of her retirement video) Anne Gilmore wore happy hats at Latham Centers in her position as Administrative Assistant to the Director of Children’s Services. Back in January, fifteen colleagues at Latham Centers said a formal “farewell and good luck” at a low-key retirement party. Tributes…

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