LFSVA COO, Ray Ratke, shares his thoughts on Direct Service Professionals Week This is national Direct Service Professionals week, and whenever I think about our dedicated, fantastic DSPs, I think of my mom. My mother was one of the warmest, most caring individuals I have ever known. She would go to any length to make […]Read More.
Julie Swanson, LFSVA’s CEO since 2005, will retire next spring, she announced in meetings and conference calls with agency managers and supervisors this week. “This was a big decision — one my husband and I have mulled over for several years,” Swanson said. “It was incredibly hard for me to decide to retire. I made the decision on […]Read More.
The dazzling sights of Bourbon Street during Mardi Gras, wrestling crocodiles in Florida, and dipping toes in the water on the beaches of Mexico – these are just a few of the things Roanoke Day Support participants experienced without leaving the comfort of the day support center. Roanoke Day Support hit the road for a […]Read More.
By Ariana Estes When did you first learn about disabilities? Was it a positive experience? These questions may be something you have never taken a moment to think about, but during Lutheran Family Service’s Disabilities Awareness Training, participants are asked to share their earliest experience. The training was developed by LFSVA Vice President of […]Read More.
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