Hyannis resident Abby Tetrault recently competed in the USA Special Olympics games in Seattle, Washington, participating in four events total while representing the LIFE community with her usual positivity.
When LIFE participant Olivia Vendola was presented a college diploma this past spring, it was one of her happiest moments.
Employment options for LIFE residents which are vast and ever growing, with new establishments such as the Mirbeau Inn & Spa at The Pinehills looking to fill jobs.
Thanks to one bluefish, two big-hearted local business owners and four lucky fishermen, LIFE became nearly $4,000 richer this past summer.
It all started with Zumba. Eleven years ago, Heidi Campinha was introduced to LIFE through the Riverview School, where she was teaching Zumba classes. She soon began teaching Zumba to the residents at LIFE and loved every minute of it.
With every new piece of jewelry Erin Bressler designs, it’s another reminder of the moments she’s been able to enjoy since beating a brain tumor.
For Tia Morrison, the transition from working with young children in a classroom and clinical setting to working with adults living independently has been a fulfilling one.
It can often be a challenge for new roommates to find the right balance in sharing living space, but LIFE residents Amanda Church and Stephanie Polito seem to have it figured out.
HYANNIS PORT—It was a special night for three Special Olympics athletes who were invited to the summer home of Timothy Shriver.
A critical component to the services LIFE provides its residents is assistance in pursuing and holding a purposeful job. Thankfully, a number of local businesses and organizations, such as the Mashpee Chamber of Commerce, have stepped up over the years to offer...
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Living Independently Forever, Inc. is a non-profit with multiple locations throughout Southeast Massachusetts supporting adults with autism, learning disabilities, and intellectual disabilities in their pursuit of a happy, independent life.