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LifeLinks has developed special relationships with families since 1954. Here is what families have to say about us.

Group Homes

  • Family Member

    “When David came to Lowell, he had an extremely difficult transition. Many staff members were afraid and didn’t want to work with him. He would physically attack them and would need several staff people to restrain him. Because of the dedicated and patient staff, his behavior has slowly improved. My father had a motto:“Obtain rather than provide, train rather than do for and develop every bit of potential for anything a disabled person can do”. LifeLinks’ philosophies capture the essence of my father’s thoughts.”

  • Family Member

    “It was traumatic for the family when Stanley first moved away from home but we all feel that Gerrish is truly Stanley’s home now – and we are grateful for the kindness, care and consideration of those who work not just with Stanley but with his whole family, as well. Stanley has blossomed since he moved into Gerrish – and his confidence is a tribute to the support and hard work of the staff. Stanley loves spending his Saturdays with his family: but he loves going back to his own home, too.”

  • Family Member

    “Overall, staff do a great job. My son loves his home and life provided by LifeLinks.”

Day Habilitation Program

  • Family Member

    “They are very sensitive to the participants of the center”

  • Parent

    “I am very happy with the way my daughter is treated”

  • Family Member

    “Staff should be commended on their work with the more physically and developmental clients. I have seen how caring many are.”

  • Family Member

    “I feel everything is good, very good.”

  • Family Member

    “I continually praise LifeLinks to any and all who may require services.”

  • Parent

    “Good Program. My daughter loves it there.”

Shared Living Program

  • Family Member

    “Roger is an important part of his family and continues to desire to improve his skills and be more like his role models. He continues to make simple gains and show his willingness to learn. He has great relationships with family members and is respected by all. He willingly participates in all family activities. His challenging behaviors have greatly diminished over time.”

  • Family Member

    “Richard always smiles when he describes his life. Instead of being a ‘member of a family’ he is his own individual and has created a ‘family’.

  • Family Member

    “Arthur’s life is enriched in many ways as he lives with his shared living family. He is developing socially – becoming more independent. He is encouraged to make his own decisions and think through all of his options.”

  • Family Member

    “They are priceless! They treat him like a family member.”

  • Family Member

    “I only have to be with Linda to know she is happy.”

  • Family Member

    “He feels loved and cared for. There is a consistency that is very important to his emotional well being.”

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