When Stanley Cousins, Regional Manager at LFSVA’s Danville office, tried to think of a local business that might hire an adult with disabilities, one idea came to mind pretty quickly. Stanley’s son, James Cousins, owns the Abe Koplen Clothing store in downtown Danville. James met with Bryce Viernes, who is hearing impaired and receives in-home […]Read More.
When Michael received his diploma in 2014, he wanted what any high school graduate wants – a chance to be independent. He had been a member of his Maine high school swim team, prom king, and a church volunteer. However, achieving independence after high school was a challenge. Michael has autism. He has overcome many […]Read More.
2016 was a great year for us at LFSVA, but the support of our donors and volunteers helped make it even better. Your contributions made an impact across all of our services. Here are some highlights of what you helped us achieve. Donors jump-started our Supported Employment Services program. Thanks to you, we were able to get […]Read More.
Elvis, poetry, Phantom of the Opera, and more! On Dec. 14 the talented individuals at our Charlottesville Day Support Program showed off their skills in the annual talent show. The event was open to the public and included a reception following the performances. Enjoy more pictures below!Read More.
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