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Comprehensive Therapy Center announces new Interim Executive Director

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Comprehensive Therapy Center is pleased to announce the appointment of Ellen Sawyer as the Interim Executive Director.
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Comprehensive Therapy Center

Established in 1982, Comprehensive Therapy Center’s mission is to meet the therapeutic and educational needs of adults and children with disabilities who are at-risk or disadvantaged, through skill building, academic enhancement and social emotional support.

We help adults keep or increase their independence.

We help children to walk, talk, learn and play.

 

Learn more: www.therapycenter.org

Comprehensive Therapy Center is pleased to announce the appointment of Ellen Sawyer as the Interim Executive Director.  Ellen has worked for Comprehensive Therapy Center  since 2014 serving as Director of Operations and, most recently, as the Associate Director. Ellen’s relationship with Comprehensive Therapy Center extends even further, volunteering at Therapy & Fun in her teens and as part of the activities staff and as the site coordinator in college.  

 

A thoughtful and dedicated leader, Ellen has stayed true to the mission of the organization while growing to expand new services that allow the organization to provide even more comprehensive services to our community.  With a bachelor’s degree in Non-profit Administration from Grand Valley State University, Ellen brings valuable experience and education as she assumes her new role with the agency.  

 

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