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Megan’s Muses-Early Supports & Services

Early Supports & Services Recently, Community Crossroads arranged for me to go and do an intake with Tammy Dudal, the Family Centered Early Supports & Services Coordinator. We met up at a family’s home and I got to see, first hand, what kinds of things Tammy does for...

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Megan’s Muses-Talking with Nick-a DSP

Talking with Nick-a DSP Recently I’ve had the opportunity to spend some time at Life Visions with their theatre group, but this week I was able to sit down and interview one of the Direct Support Professionals (DSP’s), Nick Saporito. Nick helps out with the show the...

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Our Collective Attendance Gave Us Power

Our Collective Attendance Gave Us Power It was wonderful to be invited to the classy Community Crossroads Community Partnership event held on Thursday, October 11th at the Atkinson Country Club. I was invited because I am currently a trainee with the UNH NH-ME LEND...

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Megan’s Muses-Family Support Council

Recently I was able to experience a sort of “thank you” that the Family Support Council at Community Crossroads provided for the staff, as well as learn exactly what what they do. The Family Support Council (or FSC), in my understanding, is a group of individuals who...

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Carole’s Corner-“Gettin’ Around”

Carole's Corner-Gettin' Around For many years, the “Corner” was part of the agency’s Compass, and before that, Connections.  Today our newsletter has wonderfully expanded into social media.  Who knew I would one day become a “Blogger?”  Not me…..but alas, times change...

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Megan’s Muses-Intake & Eligibility

This week I got to meet Kristine Houle, the intake and eligibility coordinator for ages 4 and up, and got to sit down with her and discuss everything she does. I chose her to feature because if you’re a parent or client, Kristine will be one of the very first people...

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Should YOU attend our Partnership Event?

Should YOU attend our Partnership Event? We think so and let us explain why. Meeting and talking to your elected representatives can be intimidating, especially if you’ve never done it before. That’s one of the reasons why we started the Partnership event six years...

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Let me introduce myself, I’m Megan!

So, I should probably start with introducing myself. My name is Megan Batchelder. I am a senior over at Salem High School and for my first semester I will be interning over at Community Crossroads in Atkinson, NH. I am 17 years old (as of September 13th, 2018 - yay!),...

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