"Post 22 is committed to empowering intellectually disabled adults over the age of 22 by providing a personalized and robust training/employment and community-based program. Our mission is to offer innovative education and training tailored to each individual's unique needs, encompassing their strengths and passions. Through our community day program, we aim to create an environment where they can thrive and feel valued. We strive to secure perfect employment opportunities that foster their productivity and independence, ensuring a successful integration into the workforce."
Christine Simpson is the Founder of our team. She is the leader and guiding force behind our mission. Christine's background is in the rare disease biotechnology and pharmaceutical industry. For the past 30 years, she has held various leadership positions in Clinical & Commercial Supply Chain, supporting clinical trials and new product launches worldwide. She has owned and operated her own consulting practice since 2017. Christine's son has been diagnosed with an ultra-rare disease called EEF1A2, which has made her very aware of the many challenges, both personally and professionally, that families and disabled adults face as they approach the transition out of the public school system. Her experience raising a disabled child has fueled her passion and perseverance to start an inclusive, highly personalized program that focuses on keeping loved ones close to their home community, fulfilled with a purpose and integrated as valued members of our society.
Kayla Sullivan graduated from The University of New Hampshire with a Bachelors degree in Psychology. Kayla has experience working as a Behavioral Technician at Behavioral Concepts Inc. BCI is a facility that uses Applied Behavioral Analysis to help children with autism through specific individualized programs to allow them to learn social and emotional skills. Kayla is currently trained in ABA therapy. Her passion is to use her education to help others with special needs.