All Kinds of News for December 05, 2018
As the leaves turn in New England, the Chamberlain International School held its Annual Open House. The event was open to families of all the students who attend the school.
Guests flew in from all of the country where they were greeted with a small reception, sharing light snacks with several faculty. Afterward, the Parent Support Group was attended by most families, providing the chance for parents to talk about any of the challenges or successes they may be having with each of their students. This group was facilitated by the Clinical Supervisor Nicole Allen and Residential Supervisor Talima Brown. One of the parents called the Group one of the few places that she truly felt others understood what she was going through with her daughter.
Dinner in the Dorm was very well attended as the residences were full of laughter and plenty of food. Parents had the opportunity to meet some of the students living with their child and also interact with staff in a less formal setting. The relationships built at the school often become the greatest agent of change, according to one administrator. After dinner families engaged in various games and activities to include a cookie bake off.
Overall the Weekend was considered a success and folks were heard already talking about the upcoming holiday parties.
About Chamberlain International School
Located in Middleboro, Massachusetts, Chamberlain International School offers a therapeutic residential learning experience for students ranging in age from 11 to 22. Students at Chamberlain International School struggle with a variety of learning disabilities and mental health challenges.