Julie, Jessica, and Jocelyne Trudeau could not let March fly by without saluting our four amazing social workers Jessica Dansereau, Jocelyne Hernandez, Julie O'Connor, and Karen Ostrowsky (not pictured). According…
Warwick, RI (January 19, 2023) - J. Arthur Trudeau Memorial Center, a Rhode Island provider of services for children and adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities, is thrilled to announce…
The Trudeau Center’s Jennifer Wright is being awarded the Community Provider Network of Rhode Island 2022 Community Inclusion Award and Mike Theroux is the Trudeau Center’s CPNRI DSP of the Year.
After a 14-year career that he adored, Julien Jacques recently retired from the U.S. Naval War College. Julien was a wonderful worker with disabilities and he and his fellow Trudeau Center coworkers celebrated his retirement.
On Wednesday, May 25, Trudeau Center President and CEO Judith A. Sullivan was a guest speaker at a health and human services-focused legislative Meet & Greet at The Public Kitchen & Bar in Providence.
Noel Brown is an administrative assistant at the J. Arthur Trudeau memorial center. The agency swoons over here every day but on Administrative Assistant Day, we remember to thank her.
Faced with rising COVID-19 cases in our group homes, the J. Arthur Trudeau Memorial Center fights back, with compassion, teamwork, and diligence.
John Cippola, 70, passed away in Warwick, Rhode Island on January 14, 2022. Born in Providence on September 30, 1951, John was predeceased by his mother Viola, his father Giuseppe,…
Danny Comella is a student at Pilgrim High School in Warwick, RI. Danny is a black belt in martial arts, a fierce competitor, and adored by friends and family. Danny also has Down syndrome and the Trudeau Center salutes Danny on Down Syndrome Awareness Month!
Trudeau DSP James Litvack works in Trudeau's CSS (Community Support Services). That's a silly number of acronyms, but James explains what he does better, "I help people do the little things that others take for granted.”
On this DSP Recognition Week, let's NEVER take DSPs like James for granted!