Employee Recognition 2019

On September 25, Life-Skills, Inc. honored 33 employees celebrating milestone anniversaries ranging from 5 to 30 years at Pine Ridge Country Club, in Oxford, MA.

Tom Amick, Life-Skills, Inc. CEO began the ceremony speech with, “In the opening to this year’s Employee Milestone Yearbook, there is a quote from Aristotle, a 3rd Century Greek Philosopher, which says, ‘In the arena of human life, the honors and rewards fall to those who show their good qualities in action’. This to me sums up why we are here tonight, to reward and honor each of you for the positive qualities you have exhibited throughout the years, and have dedicated to the individuals supported by Life-Skills, Inc.”

Please join us in congratulating all of our honorees on these milestone achievements:

30 Years – Nancy Marlborough

20 Years – Sandy Hardy

15 Years – Estercely Caraballo, Donna Chamberland, Dorothy Claydon, Kenneth Fairclough, James Kiely, Debra Lovewell, Nurys Rosa

10 Years – Ruben Burgos, Nancy Hill, Kim Lapworth, Rachel McHome, Tracy Pierce, Francis Scott, Laura Walker, Debra Zuron

5 Years – Michael Bernier, Serena Bettez, Joann Chausse, Raimee DeMars, Nicholene DeOrio, Julia Dinardo, Kimberly Gravelle, Mary Johnson, Danielle Jolly, Jennifer Lopez, Richard Mwangi, Terence Ober, Stephanie Penniman, Rosdely Perez-Carrion, Heather Roberts, Catryna Smith

Thank you all for your years of service and dedication!

Special thanks to the very courteous and accommodating staff at Pine Ridge Country Club, and for a great meal!



To view more event photos, please visit our Facebook page.  https://www.facebook.com/lifeskillsincorp

Life-Skills, Inc.’s “Making a Difference” Award Recipient – 29th Annual Legislative “Gathering with the Governor”

Eileen Harris, our Speech-Language Pathologist for our South Central Day Hab and Residential programs received the “Making a Difference” award at the 29th Annual Legislative “Gathering with the Governor” on May 30, 2019, which took place at the AC Hotel by Marriott in Worcester, MA.

Eileen was recognized for her work, and her involvement in several areas that has directly enhanced the lives of the individuals we serve.  Eileen’s commitment to increasing the abilities and functional capabilities of the individuals with whom she works has been an inspiration to everyone in the Life-Skills, Inc. programs.  Congratulations Eileen!

For more information on the event, see the write up from Telegram & Gazette:


Making a Difference Award