Leading by Example – Braeden Yee

In the coming weeks, we’ll be sharing the stories of the four champions we will be honoring at our Leading by Example gala on March 27. We will be recognizing several special people with intellectual and developmental disabilities who are making a difference: teaching the next generation of doctors; advocating at the State House for much-needed services and funding; and educating the community. You can follow along with these stories right here. Continue reading

Leading by Example – Angelina White

In the coming weeks, we’ll be sharing the stories of the four champions we will be honoring at our Leading by Example gala on March 27. We will be recognizing several special people with intellectual and developmental disabilities who are making a difference: teaching the next generation of doctors; advocating at the State House for much-needed services and funding; and educating the community. You can follow along with these stories right here. Continue reading

Leo Sarkissian Discusses Operation House Call and 2019 Gala On WBZ 4 Your Community

On Saturday, February 23, Executive Director Leo Sarkissian stopped by WBZ for an interview with Anaridis Rodriguez as part of their ongoing 4 Your Community series. During the sit down interview, Leo discusses the latest happenings in our unique Operation House Call program, and offered a sneak preview of the upcoming Leading by Example Gala, which will be held on March 27 at the Boston Marriott Newton.

Leading by Example – Anne Fracht

In the coming weeks, we’ll be sharing the stories of the four champions we will be honoring at our Leading by Example gala on March 27. We will be recognizing several special people with intellectual and developmental disabilities who are making a difference: teaching the next generation of doctors; advocating at the State House for much-needed services and funding; and educating the community. You can follow along with these stories right here. Continue reading

Leading by Example – Jillian Berube

In the coming weeks, we’ll be sharing the stories of the four champions we will be honoring at our Leading by Example gala on March 27. We will be recognizing several special people with intellectual and developmental disabilities who are making a difference: teaching the next generation of doctors; advocating at the State House for much-needed services and funding; and educating the community. You can follow along with these stories right here. Continue reading

Profile in Giving: Alice Shea, P.T., M.P.H, Sc.D.

Alice Shea dedicated her life to helping children with Down syndrome, Williams syndrome, and other developmental disabilities improve their motor development, to enhancing their lives, and to championing their inclusion in the community. As a clinician at Boston Children’s Hospital, she directly touched the lives of thousands of young patients and their families; and as a researcher and educator at Boston University and Simmons College, her impact has been, and will continue to be, felt by many thousands more. Her peers considered her a leader in the field of pediatric physical therapy. Continue reading