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“David” an 8 year old boy with classic Autism, came to us after being removed from his home by DCF. He was non-verbal, using grunting sounds and pointing or acting out to communicate his thoughts and feelings. He had an intense fear of going outside and making transitions to new places was overwhelming for him. His academic skills were extremely low and he was not getting any real educational services due to the upheaval in his life. HCRS staff immediately began to identify the services he would need to progress and grow. A shared living provider was found who has given him a wonderful family environment to live and grow in. David now goes to school for the whole day. He is using his words more than ever and instead of pulling on someone or grunting or pointing, he is prompted to use requests like “ Can I use the computer, please,” without being told.

Golf Tournament

HCRS’ 6th Annual Golf Tournament for AutismHCRS’ 12th Annual Golf Tournament to Support our Kindle Farm School

Our 2019 Golf Tournament fundraiser will be held on Friday, June 14, at the beautiful Woodstock Country Club. The shotgun start for this mixed scramble tournament will be at 1:00 pm. Players will be treated to a barbecue luncheon and a delicious buffet dinner will be provided during the awards banquet. We'll have exciting player gifts, a tremendous silent auction with a variety of products and services, as well as several fun activities throughout the day.

About Kindle Farm School

We hope you can join us as we raise important funding for our Kindle Farm Alternative School which serves boys in grades 2-12.Kindle Farm serves students with a variety of emotional, behav-ioral, neurological, and learning needs. Students benefit from a setting that provides multiple hands-on learning experiences, an appreciation of multiple intelligences, a strong staff to student ratio, and the understanding that every student wakes up in the morning wanting to succeed.

Kindle Farm's mission is to provide a physically and emotionally safe school environment, using a combination of diverse activities, strong supervision, and guidance, so that students can discard old patterns and habits and discover and practice new ways to communicate, problem-solve, and learn more effectively.



Our Tournament Sponsor:

Richards Group Logo

Lunch Sponsor:

  • Pareto Captive Services

Gold Level Sponsors:

  • Downs Rachlin Martin PLLC
  • SymQuest
  • Credible
  • Crown Point Cabinetry
  • MVP Health Care
  • Claremont Savings Bank
  • Kittell Branagan & Sargent CPAs

Silver Sponsor:

  • Common Man Restaurants

Bronze Sponsors:

  • People's United Bank
  • Principal Financial Group

Golf Ball Sponsor:

  • Red House Press Corporation

Hole Sponsors:

  • River Valley Credit Union
  • ServPro
  • Springfield Rotary Club
  • Cota & Cota
  • Brattleboro Retreat
  • Counseling Services of Addison County
  • ADS Business Intelligence
  • Northeast Delta Dental
  • ARC Mechanical Contractors
  • UNUM
  • Primmer, Piper, Eggleston, & Cramer PC