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Levin offers in-home services

GUILFORD -- Carol Levin has been a physical therapist in home care for more than 40 years.

She now offers her services in providing home care physical therapy for evaluations, development of home exercise programs, gait and balance training and recommending adaptations in the home for functional safety and can recommend assistive equipment to increase an individual’s function and safety.

Her geographic area is Windham County and the towns of Chesterfield and Hinsdale, N.H. She is a licensed physical therapist in both Vermont and New Hampshire. A physician’s or health practitioner’s referral is necessary and her rates are fee-for-service. Contact information is 802-254-4670 or by email at

Todd appointed board director at In-Sight

BRATTLEBORO -- The board of directors of the In-Sight Photography Project recently announced the election of Ilene Todd as its board president. She will assume the leadership role immediately, taking over from Jon Mack, who has stepped down to manage the Hooker-Dunham Theater.

Todd has been on the board since 2011, contributing her exceptional organization skills and experience. She worked at both World Learning and Federation EIL, the worldwide network of The Experiment in International Living. She retired in June of this year as director of Federation EIL.

"We are delighted to have Ilene as board president," said In-Sight Executive Director Teta Hilsdon. "We are working together on many fronts, including enhancing our volunteer program, envisioning new programs and collaborations while serving our core mission with excellence, understanding even better the needs of our youth participants. Ilene has a wonderful clarity and wisdom that are well suited to this time of In-Sight, and she has a deep appreciation for the work of all those who have made In-Sight the outstanding organization it is today."

Todd’s personal goals for the next several months are straightforward.

"To help more of our friends and neighbors learn about In-Sight and the valuable contribution it makes to our community; to ensure the organization continues to thrive; to provide support and encouragement to staff, volunteers and board members; to enjoy the time spent with colleagues who share a passion for In-Sight and even have some fun in the process."

Todd wants the community to know that In-Sight welcomes volunteers as teachers, office help, dark room monitors, committee members, event helpers, gallery sitters, and more, and that middle school and high school aged youth and their parents are invited to In-Sight to take a tour of the facility and find out about classes.

The In-Sight Photography Project teaches photography and cross cultural values to youth in the tri-state area and beyond, regardless of their ability to pay. In-Sight offers students a creative voice and outlet, tools for self-awareness and self-worth, and the encouragement to become actively engaged in their communities. In-Sight is a private non-profit supported by donations, grants, and fundraising. For more information please visit or visit at 45 Flat Street.


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