Jeff Hassan, Board President, and Sharon Fusco, CEO, discuss how they intend to expand Redwood’s services to children and adults with severe and multiple disabilities with Judge/Executive Kris Knochelmann.
“One of the things that has delightfully surprised me is the longevity of some of our clients. We have clients who’ve been here 30 and 40 years, and it’s because our past leaders had the foresight to think – we don’t need to just serve children, or children to teenagers – they went all the way through adult. And so, once you’re in our family, you can stay in our family through adulthood… Redwood was designed for lifelong services.” – Sharon Fusco
“We look at constant and consistent opportunities for those most underserved. That’s our community, that’s our clients, that’s their families. And we want to be their go-to-place for the services they need. Whether it’s in our location in Fort Mitchell, whether it’s out in the communities, deeper into the counties, around our region, doing remote services, but also looking for the next vision and the next mission moment where we actually move beyond Kenton County in terms of brick-and-mortar facilities.” – Jeff Hassan