Katie says that what she likes most about her work is "being able to make a difference in the lives of the individuals we serve and ensuring their protection and safety."
She also shared a favorite memory from the big ice storm in March 1991 when the two day programs were combined into one at Perinton Parkway. Katie said that all the staff really bonded together and did whatever they could to support the individuals and each other, even if that meant lending a hand at a site other than their usual one.
"If I had to describe CDS Monarch in one word, it would be 'Family'. I've always felt like the individuals and the staff here are all part of one big family, and it's just gotten bigger over the years. Even my own family has grown up with CDS Monarch," says Katie.
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