The Light House Announces New Director of Adult and Transition Services
“We’re exceptionally pleased that Will has taken on this leadership role,” said Kassidy Brown, Executive Director. “His broad knowledge in disability services coupled with years of experience working in the field make him well positioned to lead our Community Campus going forward. His passion and commitment to our organization and his deep knowledge in vocational development will enable him to help The Light House plan more effectively for the future, expand programming, and introduce innovative approaches to our supports.”
Will Robinson began his relationship with The Light House eight years ago serving as the co-coordinator of the day program where he was instrumental in developing unique and rewarding vocational training opportunities for individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities in the New London community.
With a mission to educate and prepare individuals with disabilities for life, The Lighthouse Voc-Ed Center (The Light House) is a nonprofit that serves the needs of individuals with disabilities throughout Eastern Connecticut. Divided into three “campuses”, The Light House has a broad range of programming including two state-approved private schools, residential and transitional services, and state contracted adult services. To learn more about The Light House visit www.lhcampus.com or call 860-445-7626.