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Celebrating AANHPI Heritage Month: Innovation, Leadership, and Resilience

May was Asian American, Native Hawaiian, and Pacific Islander (AANHPI) Heritage Month, and, as always, we celebrated across multiple mediums. Throughout the month, we contemplated topics like AANHPI innovation and leadership (in honor of this year’s theme), the changing face of Chinatowns, and even a poignant story about a Nonotuck staffer’s sister surviving the Khmer Rouge.

We rounded the month out with a discussion of Asian-American photographer Corky Lee. Watch the session above and read more on all of our AANHPI topics below.



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Caregiving with Love:
Guide for Shared Living Providers

Learn how Nonotuck developed a love-based ideology of care. We started our shared living program as an alternative to group homes for people with disabilities. Instead, Shared Living creates genuine life transformation for people with disabilities, as well as families and communities. The true power of caregiving is found through hospitality, authenticity, and love.

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