Good Shepherd Staff: Meet Kim!
Kim Gisburne is a Family Development Specialist with Good Shepherd. She describes that as a “fancy” title that really means that she works with families who are interested in becoming foster parents and helps them to navigate the licensing process. Kim has been in this role for the last three […]
Faces of Foster Care: Art & Karen
Art and Karen have been foster parents in February 2014. After raising their 10 children they were empty nesters and missed having children in their home. Since that time they have provided care to several children both short and long term, most notably M. who came to them as a […]
April is Autism Awareness Month
April is Autism Awareness month and although this is a widespread disorder, awareness and understanding continue to be lacking. Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) is a neurobiological and developmental disorder that effects 1 out of every 59 people in the United States. It is a complex disorder with no known cause. […]
Preschoolers Open Hot Chocolate Shop to Raise Money for Good Shepherd
Thank you to the 3 year old classroom at Sacred Heart Villa on the Hill! These budding entrepreneurs opened a coffee and hot chocolate shop to serve to parents. The students learned about money and customer service. The funds they raised through their efforts were donated to Good Shepherd. Sacred […]