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4 Ways to Prevent Caregiver Burnout

4 Ways to Prevent Caregiver Burnout

Written by: Rea Dunlavy, Family Community Liasion, The Pathway School Being a caregiver can be tough at times. You may identify within yourself that you're feeling tired and burnout from caring for your loved one. Below we have listed 4 ways to help assist you in...

End-of-Year Giving: What You Need to Know

End-of-Year Giving: What You Need to Know

Article written by Jory Barrad, Pathway's Director of Development and Communications Here we are, rapidly approaching the end of the calendar year…again! This is the time of year when many are not just thinking about gift-giving for the holidays but also charitable...

A Message from Our President & CEO

A Message from Our President & CEO

To The Pathway School Community: As I look back on the past year, I would like to acknowledge how much we have all been through. More than a few of us lost loved ones to COVID-19. I hope the cherished memories of those who have passed can be of comfort to you. Some in...

Mental Health Awareness Month

Mental Health Awareness Month

May is Mental Health Awareness Month. Pathway joins the national movement to raise awareness and understanding about mental health. Below is information for you to support you and your family to fight stigma, provide support, educate those around you about mental...

Woodworking on Wheels

Woodworking on Wheels

When the pandemic caused everything to shut down at a moment’s notice, some projects at Pathway were left hanging in limbo. This includes engineering and woodworking projects our students were working on with Pathway Teacher Mr. Dave Berdis. To gradually ease back...