Schuyler County Transit

Schuyler County Transit
Schuyler County Transit is listed in the Bus Lines category in Watkins Glen, New York. Displayed below are the social networks for Schuyler County Transit which include a Facebook page, a Twitter account and a YouTube channel. The activity and popularity of Schuyler County Transit on these social networks gives it a ZapScore of 95.

Contact information for Schuyler County Transit is:
203 12th St
Watkins Glen, NY 14891
(607) 535-3555

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Schuyler County Transit has an overall ZapScore of 95. This means that Schuyler County Transit has a higher ZapScore than 95% of all businesses on Zappenin. For reference, the median ZapScore for a business in Watkins Glen, New York is 42 and in the Bus Lines category is 43. Learn more about ZapScore.

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Social Posts for Schuyler County Transit

Thank you to the many dedicated direct support professionals who make a difference in people's lives every day!…

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Check out our latest publication featuring The Arc of Schuyler Direct Support Professionals!
Direct Support Professionals are the men and women entrusted with the significant responsibility of caring for our more than 130,000 family members, neighbors, and friends with developmental disabilities in New York State. They empower, help, and care. They develop relationships with the people they...

The Arc of Schuyler published a note.
Jammie Drake
Jammie joined The Arc in September 2008, but her first position as a direct support professional was with the Center for Disabilities Rights. It was in that role that she developed a passion for working with people with disabilities, teaching them valuable skills and helping them achieve their goals while having fun at the same time. “Everything can be turned into a learning experience. I find it so fulfilling to see people learn and grow,” Jammie says. Based on the varying needs of the people she’s supporting, Jammie’s daily routine isn’t at all routine. “We have to be flexible in our schedules to work days, evenings, or weekends to meet people’s needs. We also have to be flexible in our expectations for the day. One day, I may be helping someone with personal budgeting, shopping for groceries, and improving their reading skills. Another day, I may visit a family’s home to help clean, prepare a meal, or provide a much needed break to the primary caregiver in the home.” For some, Jammie is a source of stability. “I’ve worked with one young man since he was fifteen years old. He’s lost both of his parents since then, but I’ve been a consistent person in his life. I’m happy I’ve been able to support him through that loss.” For others, Jammie is a teacher. “I’ve helped people improve their abilities to read, write, count money, and advocate for themselves. The most rewarding thing is to see people make their own choices, be more independent, and even change their lives with what they’ve learned.”

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