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Do you ever wonder what goes on behind the scenes at The Arc of the South Shore? When not providing direct care to local families and individuals, our team is attending trainings, completing team-building exercises, and having fun together!

Check out what's going on this month at The Arc.

April 2024

Baby Shower: Showered with love! This month, we hosted a baby shower for mom-to-be Kerin McGue, our Chief Clinical Officer. Kerin is expecting her first boy later this month, and we wish her and her family the very best. 

 

Bowling Night: Rolling in the right direction! This April, all of The Arc staff was invited to Ryan's Amusement for an evening of bowling, delicious food, and refreshments. Not only is bowling a night of fun, this event brings all of our staff together, creates lasting memories, and strengthens our Arc community.

 

March 2024

World Down Syndrome Day: On March 21, we showed our support for individuals with Down Syndrome by wearing colorful and mismatched socks. We rock our socks on World Down Syndrome Day so when someone asks about them, we can say, "I'm wearing them to raise awareness of Down Syndrome." Show us your socks, and let's start conversations and promote inclusion together!

 

February 2024

Retirement Lunch: On Thursday, February 29th, we held a celebration lunch for Darlene of the Personal Care Management program, who is retiring from The Arc after an incredible 25 years of service. Darlene has been a key member of the PCM team for a quarter of a century, where she provides compassionate care to those we serve. Thank you, Darlene, and congrats on your retirement!

 

January 2024

Senior Leadership Empowerment Session: Board member Meghan Steinberg, President of SteinbergHR, led an empowerment session for our senior leadership team. Each staff member took a DiSC personality assessment to understand their communication style and how to best connect with others. There is strength in working together, and this assessment helped us to increase our self-knowledge and facilitate better teamwork. Thank you, Meghan!

In 73 years, we have...

  • People Helped

    100,000

  • Volunteers Engaged

    7,000

  • Local and National Partnerships

    1,000

  • Communities Served

    85

  • Andrea, Mother of a Program Participant
    Andrea, Mother of a Program Participant

    We wouldn’t be where we are today without all of your support of May. Your EI team truly made a difference.

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