News Post

Helen Bosch speaks to WTNH on the Importance of Mental Health
Pia Lauder


Several years ago, Vista created a set of nine Core Values that describe what is important to us as we work to impact the lives of individuals with disabilities and the broader community. For 2022, we have chosen to focus our blog series on these Core Values - telling the story of our students and members and our organization through this important and powerful lens.

May Core Value Highlight: PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT

Here at Vista, the focus on personal development empowers adults with disabilities to live enriching lives. Vista’s four tier curriculum on vocational training, community integration, life skills, and cognitive and social behavior assists students and members to set and achieve goals.

Pictured above are a variety of student/member programs and services

Vista programs and services are designed to equip students and members to be active participants in the community. This includes expanding employment opportunities for people with disabilities, as well as providing experiential training and social activities that provide meaningful life experiences. Vista encourages opportunities for growth and learning that benefit the people we it is essential to raise awareness about the needs of people with disabilities.

Harold Quinn, Manager of Vista Ventures Business Services, provides job direction to Vista Engage Member Guarin

Vista Life Innovations CEO, Helen Bosch, was a recent guest on the WTNH News 8 Morning Show. In the interview, Helen highlights who we are as an organization and addresses the importance of mental health and various other issues that impact those with disabilities such as socialization and employment opportunities.

To watch the full interview on the WTNH website, click here or on the image below!

Vista CEO, Helen Bosch, Featured on WTNH News 8

At Vista, each student and member strives to reach their goals, foster independence and be their best self. Together we celebrate the Core Value of Personal Development with the hope that our communities will continue to cultivate an environment that’s inclusive for people of all abilities.

More to come!