ServiceNet’s Brain Injury Services and Two Area Academic Institutions Awarded a “Collaboration in Healthcare” 2022 Healthcare Heroes Award 

ServiceNet, Springfield College, and the University of Massachusetts were recently presented with a 2022 Healthcare Heroes Award by BusinessWest and Healthcare News in the category of [...]

Enrichment Center Works with Two Area Academic Institutions to Create Powerful Experience for All 

When three organizations came together to open a new world of possibilities for adults living with a serious brain injury, they could only imagine the long-lasting ripple effects on everyone […]

Kim Morales Brings Inspiration and Motivation to her Work as an Occupational Therapy Assistant at ServiceNet’s Strive Clinic 

Kim Morales is an occupational therapy assistant at ServiceNet’s Strive Clinic in Chicopee. In her role at the clinic, Kim helps clients who have experienced a brain injury become more […]

Developmental & Brain Injury Services Annual Picnic Celebrates Community

For the first time in three years, ServiceNet’s Developmental & Brain Injury Services (DBIS) division once again held its annual picnic at Look Park in Northampton. Over 200 staff and […]

Teamwork is the Key for Treating Those with Brain Injuries

BY MARK MORRIS HEALTHCARE NEWS APRIL 26, 2022 Mind Over Matter According to the Center for Neurological Studies, someone in the U.S. sustains a brain injury every nine seconds. You […]

ServiceNet buys Holyoke building for administration, day program

BY JIM KINNEY THE REPUBLICAN JUNE 14TH, 2021 HOLYOKE — ServiceNet has bought an office building at 1236 Main St. where it had been renting space for several years. The [...]

People of the Year

BY CHRIS GOUDREAU DAILY HAMPSHIRE GAZETTE FRIDAY, OCTOBER 2ND, 2020 An anti-racist activist who has organized protests across the Pioneer Valley. A Northampton High School student who made 2,000 [...]

A new routine: Adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities find support remotely

BY CHRIS GOUDREAU DAILY HAMPSHIRE GAZETTE WEDNESDAY, MAY 13TH, 2020 Before the COVID-19 pandemic, Ilene Erskine, a 60-year-old Belchertown resident, had been attending BakuCare — an adult day [...]


BY DUSTY CHRISTENSEN SATURDAY, OCTOBER 27TH, 2018 DAILY HAMPSHIRE GAZETTE NORTHAMPTON — Voters will be faced with several ballot questions when they head to the polls on Nov. 6, but […]

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