The time has come once again to unite and celebrate the community as we Walk the Walk to raise awareness and continue supporting the journey of adults living with Autism and developmental disabilities. Last year, we broke new peer-to-peer fundraising records bringing in over $180,000 and this year our goal is to hit the $250K… Read more »
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A team of NuPath ambassadors traveled to the Massachusetts State House on Wednesday for the Association of Developmental Disabilities Providers’ (ADDP) Legislative Luncheon. Led by President/CEO Dan Harrison, ten members of the Organization were on hand to learn about the issues and challenges facing the disability community in 2019. Harrison, a member on ADDP’s Board… Read more »
It’s a special day for Bessie Tsimba and the residents at NuPath’s Salem Street home in Lynnfield. A tree surrounded by toys and games await two very special guests who are, in turn, picking them up to bring the happiness of the Holiday Season to hundreds of children around the state of Massachusetts.
NuPath President/CEO Dan Harrison was recognized as the GrowHope Foundation’s Humanitarian of the Year at their recent 10th Annual Gala Benefit Dinner.
Every adventure begins with a single step. A rainy, Fall evening recently brought ten of them together.
Nikos Wallingford is passionate about food, meeting new people and living his best life. He’s also curious, specifically with how restaurants and cafes are run behind the counter. This idea led Nikos to brew up a bold project, as part of a year-long internship at BRIO Integrated Theatre in Winchester, MA.
Bill Strazzullo fondly remembers the humble beginnings of the first NuPath Job Camp graduation. “I remember our graduation consisted of being in a classroom with balloons and a sheet cake (at 147 New Boston Street),” he reflects. “I never imagined it would have such an impact on so many lives.”
NuPath’s Headquarters on New Boston Street in Woburn just got a little bit brighter.
It is an early Saturday morning at NuPath’s headquarters on New Boston Street in Woburn. An army of volunteers, captained by NuPath’s Vice President of Marketing and Communications, Brett Reily, are putting the finishing touches on what has arguably been the best six weeks the Organization has ever seen in its fifty years of operation.
NuPath has seen great change during its five decades in operation. Arguably, the most significant is the growing support from elected officials that have been appointed in the districts where the Organization’s day services and residential programs are located.
NuPath and Northern Bank and Trust might be different entities, but share one common thread – priding themselves on a dedicated mission to strengthen their communities.
Katie Schlosberg is in the living room of NuPath’s Middlesex Avenue residence, putting the final touches on planning for a visit by some very important guests.
Last year, at his annual Individual Support Plan (ISP) meeting, Paul Hatzis had a dream.
NuPath is going for gold this Holiday Season.
People’s United Bank and NuPath have partnered to create a program where men and women in NuPath programs can be educated on vital strategies and life skills to help them wisely manage their earnings throughout their financial life cycle.
Anthony Shaw is just minutes away from speaking at the Woburn Business Association’s (WBA) “Secrets of Success” dinner. A crowd of approximately 250 people wait patiently in the Crowne Plaza Hotel’s Grand Ballroom for the Salem, NH native to come up on stage to speak about the success of NuPath’s Job Camp class.
As Bill Strazzullo and Lisa Carriere prepared to celebrate the 2017 class of Job Camp graduates, they take a moment and flashback to the humble beginnings of what has become one of NuPath’s most successful employment programs.
Katie Schlosberg is putting a new spin on a decade-long tradition that has become a Holiday Season staple at NuPath’s residence on Salem Street in Lynnfield.
NuPath is giving this Holiday Season a little Continental flair.
NuPath Board Member Carol Donovan has always had an affinity for helping men and women with disabilities.
A crystal clear, late Summer day was the backdrop for NuPath’s fifth Home Beautiful Tour. A group of organizational personnel and special guests joined President/CEO Dan Harrison on a journey through three of the organization’s beautiful residences.
A blazing, hot summer day did not stop NuPath’s Residential Program playing host to their fourth Home Beautiful Tour. A dozen employees and special guests joined President/CEO Dan Harrison and Vice President of Residential Operations Karen Sullivan for what has become a popular event around the organization.
Beaming smiles, tears of pride and joy and palpable excitement were the themes of the day as One NuPath united to celebrate the 2016 class of Job Camp graduates on Thursday.
A full house comprised of organizational personnel and special guests joined NuPath President and CEO Dan Harrison for the organization’s third “Home Beautiful Tour”. The tour visited four residences that men and women the Woburn-based nonprofit supports call their home.
NuPath President and CEO Dan Harrison led a group of organizational ambassadors to the State House in historic Boston, Massachusetts for the annual luncheon of the Association of Developmental Disabilities Providers.
It has been a year of exponential growth at NuPath. That is worthy of a celebration.
NuPath hosted its third annual Technology Summit on Friday at the Hilton Woburn. Company executives, program managers, and special guests joined President and CEO Dan Harrison for a discussion on the current state of NuPath’s technological advancement and plans for the future.