Team Riverbrook Takes Home the Gold

Riverbrook women look forward to participating in the Special Olympics track and field events at Monument Mountain Regional High School every May. They value the opportunity to cheer each other on as much as the chance to compete, and although the weather was a little...

Exceptional Wines: An Exceptional Success!

Our thanks to everyone who turned out on Friday, April 21st to sip wine and socialize while raising money for Riverbrook’s Exceptional Women! A volunteer committee of Riverbrook Moms put the event together and they did a terrific job — we’re so grateful for their dedication. Thanks also to our sponsor Nejaime’s Wine Cellars, and to the many local businesses who sponsored items for the raffle and silent auction. It was a wonderful evening all around! Click Read More for a photo gallery from the event.

Growing the Workforce: Riverbrook’s Unique Vocational Program

It’s clear from the way she talks about Riverbrook’s vocational program that Day Program Director Colleen Powers loves her job. “We do something unique here at Riverbrook,” she says. “Can you tell I’m excited?”

Riverbrook’s Workforce Development program is unusual in the world of vocational programs for people with intellectual disabilities, because Riverbrook women get to explore, experience, and ultimately find work they love. Over 20 women have paid and volunteer vocational opportunities through the program, at as many different community sites, along with a number of entrepreneurial endeavors. The process used to find that work exemplifies the kind of hands-on attention Riverbrook women receive in all aspects of care.

Riverbrook and Muddy Brook: An Excellent Team!

Riverbrook women were thrilled to be invited by Muddy Brook Regional Elementary School to join them at the Norman Rockwell Museum on March 11th for Friends and Family day! The event was part of the museum’s new Berkshire County Student Passport Program, and...

Kathy Swims for a Cause

Please join us in congratulating Kathy, who participated in this month’s Swim-A-Thon at Berkshire South Community Center! Kathy swam 18 laps to raise money for Berkshire South’s adaptive programs. Kathy was coached and cheered on by friend and play...

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