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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.
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.
For the past 25 years, Martin has worked at NW Works, driven by her commitment to making a difference in the lives of others. “[Our clients] enjoy having opportunities like everybody else….People are becoming aware of their value to society.”
Read the Winchester Star’s recap of our sixth annual Farm to Table event and view photos from the evening by Kimberly Needles. Thank you to all who attended!
Meet NW Works Facility Manager Jake Wharton. Wharton tells how he climbed the ranks at NW Works and what his hopes are for the future of the organization.
Read NW Works’ July 2021 CEO update by Debera Taylor, focusing on the importance of independence for the disability community.
When Laura Bancroft first began working at NW Works in May, it was more like a reunion rather than a new job. As a former Shenandoah Valley Community Residence employee, Laura was once again working with clients she worked closely with years prior. “It was the fun part of coming to NW works, I gotContinue reading “NW Works in Profile: Laura Bancroft”
Meet Jim Stevenson, our Director of Therapeutic Programs.