Check out this great video by Josh Janney of the Winchester Star explaining how NW Works assists adults with disabilities in our community! Despite the pandemic, NW Works is running strong.
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For NW Works Direct Support Professional Sabrina Cook, helping others has always been a part of her life plan. She just didn’t always anticipate it would come in the form of employment support.
NW Works CEO Debera Taylor pledges to end subminimum wage-work for people with disabilities at the Winchester facility in 2022.
We are incredibly proud of our Facility Manager, Jake Wharton, for partnering with Charles Harbaugh, a former employee of NW Works, to support relief efforts for survivors of the tornadoes in Kentucky in December. Learn about those efforts here.
This December, CEO Debera Taylor asks our readers join us in leveling the playing field for adults with disabilities.
Meet NW Works Board of Directors member Todd Devine. Learn about his passion for serving the disability community.
NW Works will be closed on the following dates during 2022. February 21: NW Works will operate on a half-day schedule for clients and will close client-services at noon. Staff will use the remainder of the day for training. April 29: NW Works will operate on a half-day schedule for clients and staff, closing atContinue reading “NW Works 2022 Calendar”
While Thanksgiving is still a few weeks away, this whole season is a time for gratitude. CEO Debera Taylor shares why she is grateful this month.
From DSP to “running the building”, staff member Candy Berryman shares her experiences at NW Works with us in this month’s staff profile! At the core of it, she says is her passion for her clients.