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Tashiani is a 10-year veteran of Seven Hills, becoming an employee right out of college. Her first assignment was as a residence cleaner, but she quickly advanced to become a Direct Support Provider, Assistant Residence Director, Residence Director (RD), and now Area Director. Prior to joining the Seven Hills Community Service team, she was an RD in the Seven Hills Neurocare residence in Grafton. "Working with survivors of brain injury taught me so much about helping people with all sorts of disabilities."
The Open Door Gallery at the Worcester Art Museum is currently hosting “Expressive Modernism: Shapes, Colors, Lines” by the artists of ASPiRE! This show is defined by interactions with abstract modes of pictorial creation. Artists dug inside the contents of their works. Their beliefs, ideas, and emotions are on full display.
As of October 1, 2017, Children’s Friend, headquartered in Worcester, has officially become an Affiliate of Seven Hills Foundation. Children’s Friend provides services and supports for approximately 1000 children and their families throughout Central Massachusetts. Children’s Friend becomes Seven Hills Foundation’s twelfth affiliate.
Thank you to our wonderful community of friends, families and supporters for making AbilityFest 2017 such an uplifting and empowering event for individuals of all abilities! On Sunday, October 1, hundreds of people participated in AbilityFest’s one-mile Murphy Mile Walk, with smiles on their faces that warmed the already beautiful day at Institute Park.
On Friday, September 22 at the Worcester Art Museum, synapses were firing! Arts and the Brain, a day-long symposium on the Healing Power of the Arts, inspired attendees who work or study the field of expressive art therapy. Those in attendance effected by brain injury were also delighted by the various interactive and engaging workshops in Visual Art, Music, Movement and Intermodal Arts.