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  • WCI’s Busy Bee Award Winners! In October and November the Employee Recognition Committee honored four employees in the category of “Busy Bee”.  Who is a Busy Bee? Someone who consistently goes above and beyond, doing more than just the basics to make things better. An employee who ... Read the full article
  • Join WCI in celebrating Giving Tuesday! #GivingTuesday is a global day of giving fueled by the power of social media and collaboration. Celebrated on the Tuesday following Thanksgiving (in the U.S.) and the widely recognized shopping events Black Friday and Cyber Monday, #GivingTuesday kicks off the charitable ... Read the full article
  • WCI is Expanding! Join our Team! WCI is excited to announce that we are expanding! We will be opening a new home this December, serving Deaf Individuals with developmental and intellectual disabilities. Two Invididuals will open the home, with a third joining in April of 2018 ... Read the full article
  • WCI Standing Strong at the MASS Self Advocacy Conference! Last weekend, Lucy, Kevin B and Nancy attended the MASS Self Advocacy Conference along with Holly Doman. Lucy represents WCI Standing Strong at the MASS Metro regional meetings every month. From Lucy, “We went to the Mass Advocacy Conference. First we ... Read the full article
  • WCI’s Clinical Team at BABAT! The Clinical Team attended the Berkshire Association for Behavior Analysis and Therapy’s annual conference in October. There were two days of continuing education provided, which helps us deliver effective services based on the most up to date research available. Shannon ... Read the full article
  • WCI’s Morale Booster Award Winners! September (2017) was the month of MORALE BOOSTER awards from WCI’s Employee Recognition Committee. A Morale Booster is someone who puts a smile on your face, the glue who holds the team together and/or the person you go to when you ... Read the full article
  • Happy Retirement, Elliot Berusch! Joe Donati & Doreet Goldharber created a wonderful evening for Elliot’s Retirement Celebration at the Dane Estate on Pine Manor College. Elliot has been the Quality Enhancement Director for the Metro Region and in the field of intellectual and developmental disabilities ... Read the full article
  • DSP Week 2017: Social Supports Recognition Luncheon We recognized all Direct Support Professionals, but specifically Kizza N., Assistant Coordinator at Whittier Avenue. Kizza won the Marvelous Multitasker Award for his ability to motivate and a build a Team to work with some extremely challenging Individuals. One Individual in ... Read the full article
  • DSP Week 2017: A Message From WCI’s Vice President of Operations WCI’s Mission states, “WCI provides residential, individual, in-home & employment/day supports to people with a wide range of intellectual disabilities, including physical, sensory, autism & acquired brain injury, helping them to achieve a rich, meaningful life within the community.” This ... Read the full article
  • Join WCI in celebrating Direct Support Professionals Week 2017! Join WCI in recognizing the dedication and accomplishments of our outstanding Direct Support Professionals (DSPs) during the 2nd week of September, September 10th – 16th. We want to express our appreciation for the vital contributions DSPs make every day. Send a shout ... Read the full article