Welcome to Pathlight

Focus on Disability

February 10, 2019

Whole Children is proud to partner with Five College Realtors to present the 4th Annual Focus on Disability film event, shining the light on people with intellectual disabilities.

This year, Whole Children is screening a thought-provoking and powerful film by award-winning filmmaker Dan Habib, called Intelligent Lives. The film is a catalyst to transform the label of intellectual disability from a life sentence of isolation into a life of possibility for the most systematically segregated people in America.

Open Interview Day

February 12, 2019

Are you interested in working in a rewarding field where you can help individuals with medical, physical, and or developmental delays live fulfilling, happy lives? Direct Care positions with Pathlight may be the start you need!

Pathlight will be holding open interviews at 101 Munson Street in Greenfield, Ma from 9 am to 6 pm. Come prepared with your personal references, driver’s license, and a great attitude. First interviews are guaranteed. With the requested documents and great interviews, you could receive a job offer on the same day!

MISSION

Pathlight partners with people with disabilities to create opportunities and build relationships throughout their lives.

VISION

 

We are the premier provider of exceptional services to people with disabilities and their families.  In partnership, we design high quality, innovative, and person-centered supports for those we serve within our community.

VALUES

 

Pathlight firmly believes that people with developmental disabilities should be welcomed, contributing members of their communities. We pursue this commitment through an innovative and energetic approach, reflective of the pioneering spirit that brought us together.

Learn About Our Lifecycle of Services

Birth to Preschool
exploring the world
School Age
learning and growing
Transition Age
preparing for the world
Adult
living, loving, and working in the world

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Give Friendship

community, connection, caring

Dances, social skills classes, Café Night, and social groups, to name a few. These are some of the ways that people with developmental disabilities come together, along with their families, to have fun, learn, and grow in friendship.

Your gift will support the ongoing provision of classes, groups, and social events that create opportunities for connection and community for people with disabilities and their families.

Give The Gift of Friendship

Life Changing Opportunities