Voting is vitally important — let your voice be heard!

October 24, 2022

Latham Centers is joining the chorus of voices throughout the Commonwealth urging everyone to PLEASE REMEMBER TO VOTE! “Quick Guide to Key Dates”: How to participate in the November 8, 2022 election: Election day is Tuesday, November 8, 2022 in Massachusetts. Voters will elect a new governor and attorney general. We will also elect members…

We’re excited about Oktoberfest in Chatham this weekend!

October 20, 2022

Join us in Chatham on Saturday (October 22) for Oktoberfest! Latham Centers is looking forward to participating in this incredible Chatham Merchants Association event. We’ll be at the Town Hall parking lot, displaying Latham School students’ seasonal soaps and handcrafted items. (Free-will donations help support Latham’s Vocational Program.) Betty, Cheyenne, Dawn, Vicki, and colleagues will…

Students meet for first Student Council meeting of 2022

October 19, 2022

Earlier today, 17 students met for our first Student Council meeting of the 2022 school year.  Facilitated by four Student Council Staff Leaders, the agenda included expectations, class officers, speeches, and voting day. More to come on Latham School’s exciting student government process!

Foundation for Prader-Willi Research Conference was a huge success!

October 17, 2022

Several of our staff members recently attended an impactful Foundation for Prader-Willi Research (FPWR) Annual Conference. “We were excited as we boarded the plane to the Windy City, and equally as excited to return to campus with all that we had learned,” noted Katrina Kozak, Director of National Outreach. Attendees included Special Education Teachers, Residential…

Animal fun on campus!

October 17, 2022

While our students have many different interests, almost every one would say that they LOVE animals! Yesterday they had an Amazing Animals presentation on campus, and learned about creatures ranging from lizards to hedgehogs.

Golf Classic Honoree: Our dear friend and Board member Keith Bradley

October 14, 2022

It was a true delight to announce Keith Bradley of Chatham as our 2022 Latham Centers Charity Golf Classic Honoree. President and CEO Anne McManus honored Keith, a dedicated long-serving Latham Board member, during our tournament banquet at Ocean Edge Resort & Golf Club on October 3rd. “Keith is a man known by many names:…

Don’t miss this weekend’s Hyannis Film Festival – and “How to Dance in Ohio”

October 13, 2022

The Hyannis Film Festival is bringing “Movies on Main” to downtown Hyannis this weekend – Friday, October 14th through Sunday, October 16th. There will be a variety of films including many award-winning productions and many with filmmakers in attendance. The weekend kicks off with a remarkable opening night documentary.  The film “How to Dance in Ohio”…

Halloween spirit at Latham

October 12, 2022

We like to enjoy the Happy Halloween spirit all month long at Latham! Our program staff members are masters at creating cheer (and a perfect dose of ‘spooky’)!  Residential Manager Bethany Franklin shared these photos from our Adult Services Program.  

Celebrating Community at the Seaside Festival

October 10, 2022

Latham Centers’ two-day craft table at the Yarmouth Seaside Festival was fantastic, with hundreds stopping by with messages of appreciation and support. Latham students and residents, family members, employees present and past, and friends from all over visited us on Saturday and Sunday. Folks were especially drawn to our student-made soaps, and we connected with many colleagues in…

Staff attends outside Job Fair

We hope to see you at the Yarmouth Seaside Festival Craft Fair this weekend!

October 7, 2022

Come support our Children’s Services Vocational Program and Adult Program crafters on Saturday or Sunday at the annual Yarmouth Seaside Festival! Latham Centers will have a booth at the Festival Craft Fair both days (October 8th and 9th) from 10 a.m. until 5 p.m.* Come by to say hello and check out some of our…

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