My son enjoys the different job sites and activities and has increased his language and socialization skills more than I dreamed possible, in a very short time.Should anything happen to myself or my husband, I would be totally... provided byinsiderpages.com
The Guild For Exceptional Children by jennifer m. on Dec 10, 2008
I do not agree with the second & third negative reviews.I used to work at the Guild as a PAT/Counselor in the workshop. I think the guild is a wonderful organization and if I had a child with disabilities would definitely... provided byinsiderpages.com
not good on Aug 22, 2007
some clients were left in poor condition and left in poor hygiene. if i had a loved one who needed their services i would not bring them to the guild. the idea of bringing loved ones to these places is to have a better life,... provided byinsiderpages.com
Quality has unfortunatly declined on Feb 22, 2007
I do not share the same opinion as the first reviewer. First of all the direct-care staff appears to be of the lowest dona miter, and mgmt generally does not appear to have more than a associates degree. Furthermore, even... provided byinsiderpages.com
Guild for exceptional children by Christine C. on Aug 5, 2005
They hold fun activities during the week, including bowling, trips to the park (if weather permits), and movie days. Also during the holidays they have parties and specialy events. If you have an exceptional loved one, this... provided byinsiderpages.com
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