The Home Announces Hiring of Vice President of Behavioral Health and Outpatient Services Aisha Barlatier-Bonny, MSW, LCSW

Please join us in welcoming Vice President of Behavioral Health and Outpatient Services Aisha Barlatier-Bonny, MSW, LCSW.

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The Home’s Parent Support Program Provides Holiday Support to Families and Caregivers

The Home's Parent Support Program offers a variety of free services to help caregivers of children with behavioral and mental health needs navigate the financial and emotional stressors that come with the holiday season. Learn more about how we can help here.

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Fall 2022 Newsletter

The latest news from The Home for Little Wanderers!

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The Home for Little Wanderers Named to Top 100 Women-Led Businesses in Massachusetts  

The Women’s Edge and The Boston Globe Announced the annual list which highlights women business leaders who are making a significant impact on the state's economy.

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Luis’ Story: Adopted at Age 18

For Luis, the path to adoption was a long one. After being placed with a foster family, he often dreamed of returning to his biological family, and was conflicted when he thought about the future. His foster family gave him the time and space to decide when, and how, he would take the next key step in his journey.

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Success at Our Schools: The Power of a Strength-Based Approach

Iyla, a student at Clifford Academy, never knew she had a talent for writing. In fact, she avoided writing assignments at all costs, until one day when a teacher offered Iyla an effective accommodation that played perfectly to her innate abilities.

At The Home's three special education schools, this kind of strength-based learning is what allows our students to succeed in the classroom every day.

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Bernie & Phyl’s Furniture Donates New Beds to Kids at The Home for Little Wanderers

Long-time supporter of The Home, Bernie & Phyl’s Furniture, in partnership with Tempur-Sealy International, is donating 25 mattresses, box springs and bed frames to The Home's programs. The donated beds will serve as a warm, soft landing for kids and young adults in the child welfare system.

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National Service Dog Month: Meet The Home’s Favorite Four-Legged Employees

Every day, employees across The Home's 25+ programs head to work with the same shared goal in mind: to bring permanent, positive change to the lives of the children we serve. Iden, The Wediko School's facility dog, and Opie, Walpole campus' support animal, are no different.

As part of National Service Dog Month, we're celebrating Iden and Opie's irreplaceable contributions to our team.

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Students Experience Success and Gain Life Skills With Vocational Programs at The Home

At Clifford Academy and The COVE School, students who often have a history of struggling in the classroom are discovering their potential and gaining confidence through a variety of vocational courses designed to prepare them for life after graduation.

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The Home Announces Hiring of Chief Development Officer Todd Tuney

The Home is thrilled to welcome Todd Tuney as Chief Development Officer to the organization this Fall! 

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