Meet Our Team Members
To celebrate #SocialWorkMonth, we asked one Bancroft social worker to describe the difference she makes — and why she loves what she does. Danielle Sullivan has
I started at Bancroft in August 2018 and have been with the organization for over 3 years. When I first began my new role as a
Jessica Marchese is one of the first people you’ll meet when you start your career at Bancroft. Currently overseeing the day-to-day operations of Bancroft’s New Staff
Finding the job that’s your “perfect” fit can be a challenge. Terrence Jenkins applied for a position at Bancroft in August 2016, at the urging of
“When you enjoy what you do, work is a piece of cake,” says Zoe Kpaka-Rogers. This mindset has inspired Zoe throughout her career at Bancroft NeuroRehab. Now a
Linda Miller has been with Bancroft for more than three decades. In that time, she has filled various roles across Bancroft’s diverse programs – including a
On a typical day, it is not uncommon for The Lindens team of teachers to encounter a wide variety of behaviors. They rise to the occasion,
Andrew joined Bancroft in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic. Below, find out how Andrew navigated starting a new job during a global pandemic while working
When you are in your twenties, the world is simply an opportunity waiting to happen. For Clair Rohrer, a random phone call from a recruiter landed
64, Michael Bradley found himself at a crossroads. The program where he was teaching had closed, and he had a choice: Retire or find a new
About 10 years ago, I took a leap of faith into the world of Human Services after a decade of working in the entertainment industry. I
My name is Dara. I am a program manager for the Delaware program. I have been with Bancroft for the past four years, and I love
It will soon be my 25th anniversary working as a Direct Support Professional at Bancroft, an obvious time to reflect on my journey. My mother worked
Uncertainty and anxiety surrounding employment and job security is very real for the tens of thousands who have been laid off or furloughed. Before all this,
As children, we sometimes have grand dreams for what our lives will be. Where we’ll live, the places we’ll explore, and – of course – what we want to be when we grow up. For me, I dreamed of being a world-renowned researcher and scientist. I was sure it was a path that would allow me to change the world.
Pat Senft wasn’t what you might think of as the “typical” Marine recruit. “I was 27, almost 28 years old when I left for boot camp,” recalls
Generally, intellectual and developmental disabilities (I/DDs) include cognitive, physical, or a combination of impairments diagnosed before age 18. I/DD conditions can negatively impact many facets of development. I/DDs can affect many systems of the body, including the nervous system, sensory system, and metabolism.
Autism is a developmental disability – a condition that affects the way a person thinks, learns, behaves and communicates. It’s also a spectrum disorder – which means people with autism can experience life very differently from one person to the next. You may have heard the saying that “If you know one person with autism, you know one person with autism.”
As an organization that hires approximately 1,000 employees a year to keep up with our growing need for qualified Direct Support/Direct Care Professionals, we know firsthand the value of a great first impression.
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At Bancroft, you’ll find a career where you’re improving the lives of those we support, and you’ll see how they’re shaping your life too.