Blossom Hill Teams Up with CWRU’s IPE Program

News Update September 21, 2021 – Blossom Hill, Inc. is proud to team up with Case Western Reserve University’s Office of Interprofessional and Interdisciplinary Education and Research on a nine-month partnership with students in the Interdisciplinary Education (IPE) Program. As part of the Program, students work with local healthcare agencies to research, develop, and plan a project for the organization...

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Westlake, Parma and North Royalton Recognize DSP Week

Blossom Hill is grateful to Westlake Mayor Dennis M. Clough, Parma Mayor Tim DeGeeter, and North Royalton Mayor Larry Antoskiewicz for issuing official Proclamations to recognize DSP Week September 12-17. Direct Support Professionals, or DSPs, are the primary care providers for individuals with developmental disabilities. They are often tasked with assisting with their most intimate needs. DSPs work tirelessly to...

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Celebrating Blossom Hill Direct Support Professionals During “DSP Week”

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Blossom Hill Celebrates Direct Support Professionals During “DSP Week”Local Nonprofit Organization Joins Nationwide Week of Recognition for Caregivers of Individuals with Developmental Disabilities September 12, 2021 (WESTLAKE, OHIO) –Blossom Hill, Inc. is pleased to kick off the nationally-recognized Direct Support Professionals Week, September 12 through 18. Direct Support Professionals – or DSPs – are caregivers specifically trained...

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Blossom Hill Artwork on View at Community West Foundation

July 30, 2021 - Community West Foundation spotlighted artwork from community organizations that they partner with in a virtual presentation, "Illuminating Hope Through Art." Following the virtual celebration was a smaller in-person walkthrough to view the artwork on display. Blossom Hill staff and individuals enjoyed creating the canvas paintings that were arranged in a larger mural for a colorful display....

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Our Story Matters: Daughter Thrives at Group Home Thanks to Mother’s Vision

Dee Vosmik and her youngest daughter Lisa Deanna (Dee) Vosmik had a storied career in the field of developmental disabilities (DD). As the Director of Residential Services at the Cuyahoga County Board of Developmental Disabilities, Dee led the effort to build the county’s first group home for children and adults with developmental disabilities, phasing out traditional hospital institutional-living settings. From...

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