On Wednesday January 12, 2011 the Lonesome Road Team was presented with a Certificate of Excellence for remaining incident free all throughout 2010. R
CDS gives back to veterans through a variety of services offered by the Warrior SALUTE program. Individuals and staff are also supporting our service
Nine CDS families received a little holiday cheer on Tuesday, thanks to CDS Foundation Board member, Marshall Cook, and his team at North Forest Offic
Blended Creative Opportunities and Linden Creative Opportunities are hosting a Holiday Art Sale on Thursday, December 16th from 10:00am-12:00pm. Art
CDS recently held a Donor Reception at the Wolf Life Transitions Center, for those who have donated to CDS, to thank them for their contributions. At
CDS is going to build a housing facility for senior citizens called "CDS Monarch Senior Living", to help them live their lives more independently.
At the Wolf Life Transitions Center there is an Autism Skill Building Program for kids with Autism, to help them address their needs for social skill
12 High-school students participated in the CDS Summer Internship Program at Unistel on Blossom Road. The program is meant to help high-school stude
"In Honor of Our Veterans: All Gave Some, Some Gave All" These words are found on the new memorial that has been placed outside in the front of the
CDS held its annual golf tournament, "Teeing off for Abilities" on July 12, at Cobblestone Creek Country Club in Victor, NY. There were a total of 38
CDS has a program that veterans can come to called the Warrior SALUTE program. The program helps veterans with stress disorders and brain injuries ge
On Wednesday, June 23 there was a concert at CDS put on by the Music groups to showcase the different things they worked on throughout the semester.
On Wednesday July 7, 2010 at 12pm in the CDS Town Square, the CDS Drama Club's musical production of "Character Matters" will be performed.The Drama C
On Friday, May 28, Kerry Bode, President of Handicapables at CDS, participated in the Special Olympics hosted at Victor Central Schools.The day began
The Handicapables, a self-advocacy group at CDS, began a project seven weeks ago, to raise awareness about support for a bill to change the name of th