Road To Responsibility Partners With University Of Florida Reality Lab And Reality Garage In Innovative Program

“We are excited to partner with these two well established virtual reality design teams as we explore the ways technology can make a difference in the lives of those we serve,” said Christopher T. White, Ed.D., president and CEO of Road to Responsibility. “And we are equally excited to collaborate with WORK Inc., South Shore…

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Road to Responsibility’s 35th Making Lives Better Gala raises $410K

Road to Responsibility (RTR), one of the region’s largest nonprofit organizations supporting individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities, announced today that their 35th Anniversary “Making Lives Better” Gala, held on September 28 at Granite Links in Quincy raised $410,000 in support of the organization. This year’s annual mission-driven event was attended by nearly 300 business and…

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NEREJ’s 60th Anniversary: Chris White, Road to Responsibility

When did you discover the New England Real Estate Journal? Although our organization focuses on supporting individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities and helping them achieve full, rich, and rewarding lives, we have also been great fans of New England Real Estate Journal for the last several years. As we celebrate our 35th anniversary this year, we congratulate NEREJ…

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Road to Responsibility Receives Award from United Way of Plymouth

Road to Responsibility (RTR; http://roadtoresponsibility.org), one of the region’s largest and most successful nonprofit organizations supporting individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities, is the recent recipient of the “Most Improved Partner Agency Campaign” Award from the United Way of Greater Plymouth County. RTR President and CEO Christopher T. White Ed.D. and Erin Cohen, Director of Development…

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Road to Responsibility receives donation from the Edwin M. Johnston Jr. Family Foundation

As it has for the past six years, Road to Responsibility (RTR), one of the region’s largest and most successful nonprofit organizations supporting individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities, is the grateful recipient of a donation from the Edwin M. Johnston Jr. Family Foundation. The latest contribution from the foundation has funded a project to…

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Road to Responsibility Announces Collaboration With Quincy College

Road to Responsibility (http://roadtoresponsibility.org), one of the region’s largest nonprofit organizations supporting individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities, has announce a collaboration with Quincy College and its Academic Division of Nursing. As a result of a state American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) grant, between 10 and 12 RTR employees will be eligible to enroll in…

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NPR All Things Considered

Thank you to Mary Louise Kelly of NPR All Things Considered for hosting RTR’s President/CEO, Chris White, to discuss the impacts of the human services staffing crisis. Check out the interview here: https://www.npr.org/2022/04/27/1095099694/pandemic-staffing-crisis-leaves-adult-care-facilities-scrambling-for-support?fbclid=IwAR2GcxLPitKTjRqLC7yNn-S4N-QoEMwQ_dc53TZHdefTtdtCU6NKrkiLvzA

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Road To Responsibility hosts Memory Café

Road To Responsibility Inc., a nonprofit supporting adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities, held the country’s first integrated Memory Café on May 13. A Memory Café is a place where people with dementia, Alzheimer’s, or other memory changes and their care partners can go to socialize, network and join in a shared activity. PLease click…

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