Adult Program Welcomes New Director

Brady Cronin, new director of Adult Day Services

Mary “Brady” Cronin of Prospect, Conn., has joined Saint Catherine Center as the new Director of Adult Services. She will work closely with Executive Director Helen Burland to coordinate all program functions, from managing staff and developing Individual Plans for our young adult participants, to interfacing with the Department of Developmental Services. She will also work with Eric Spencer, Director of Education at Saint Catherine Academy, to maximize coordination with the school.

Brady comes to the Center with more than a decade of experience in child development and mental health counseling. Most recently she was Program Director for the Level II Therapeutic Group Home at Family & Children’s Aid in Danbury. In addition to coordinating daily care and treatment plans for the residents, she was responsible for maintaining all licensing and regulatory requirements. Brady has a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology from the University of Connecticut, and a Master’s in Human Services with a concentration in Clinical Counseling from Post University.

Brady feels confident her experience with adolescents will translate comfortably into working with adults with disabilities. “I was born into the field of helping others,” Cronin says. (Her mother, Kelly Cronin, was Executive Director of Waterbury Youth Services for 35 years.)

“We’re thrilled to have Brady on board,” Helen said. “She brings some excellent skills from her previous work with young adults—as well as a lot of fresh energy.”

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