Creative Expressions 2019 Art Show
Crystal Soto’s favorite aspect of working at Liberty ARC is having the opportunity to make a difference in peoples’ lives.“
During this challenging time – in the midst of COVID-19 – it’s important to remind everyone why we work here at Liberty ARC.
We work at Liberty ARC to fulfill and accomplish our mission:
“Together we support people with disabilities to achieve a quality of life each person values.”
Senior Hab Coordinator Kara Reed is an excellent example of someone who lives every day by the agency’s mission.
Kara has worked at Liberty ARC for the last 23 years. She started her career as a bus monitor and a residential Direct Support Professional (DSP). She worked in the residential setting for 19 years, moving from DSP to Charge then Assistant Manager. She made the transition to Senior Hab Coordinator for Liberty ARC’s Community Connections day program a few years ago.
“I was in my early twenties and was looking for something different to do in my career,” she said. “A friend of mine, who worked in the Business Office, thought I would enjoy this line of work. She was right; I can’t imagine doing anything else.”
“I never imagined myself being in a manager position because I had never supervised anyone before,” Jamie Siwik said…
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