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Sue Kreikemeier, BOOST Collaborative program director, works with children with developmental delays. She helps children with medical conditions like Down syndrome, hearing loss and cerebral palsy.

Local child development worker to retire after 27 years

JENAE LAXSON, Evergreen roots editor October 16, 2020

After more than 27 years at BOOST Collaborative Children and Family Support Services, Sue Kreikemeier will be retiring at the end of November. “I wanted to retire when things were going well and leave...

Boost Collaborative Employment Services Director Teresa Driver describes how Boost's services help those with disabilities find a way to enter or reenter the workforce on Monday morning at the Pullman Boost Collaborative Office.

Nonprofit provides employment support for adults with disabilities

ANNA YOUNG, Evergreen reporter March 12, 2020

Community integration is no small task for adults with disabilities, but Boost Collaborative’s Employment Support Services aim to make this task a little less daunting. Teresa Driver, director of...

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