Residential manager at Vermont group home.
Don’t assume that people with disabilities require assistance in leading their lives. The first step is to treat them as an equal!
Knowing that I am making a difference in the lives that we serve.
I am a mother of one son, Christin L. Campbell. I have one brother who is the father of one son. Both my parents are retirees from Inland Steel (Arcelor Mittal, East Chicago).
I am the grandmother of a “fur baby” name Bentley age: 2.
My church home is Israel CME Church. This has been my church home since birth. My favorite color: Pink and I love all things Leopard. I am a 1984 graduate of Horace Mann High School. I attended Ivy Tech College and later received a certificate from Grand Rapids Job Corps (for experience purposes). For 19 years I was employed at Spirit of God Accelerated Education. I wore many “hats” i.e. Office Assistant, Lake County Voucher/State Program Coordinator, Supervision for Afterschool Care.
Trust, positive attitude, patience, and a heart of gold.
In my leisure time I enjoy shopping and sitting down having a nice lunch or dinner at one of my favorite places to dine.
I apply the quote to mood of the day.
“Don’t count the days, make the days count!”
“Smiles are contagious!”
“There are three solutions to every problem: Accept it, change it, or leave it!”
“Live in a such a way, that if someone spoke badly of you, no one would believe it!”