BFAIR fills two director vacancies


NORTH ADAMS — Berkshire Family and Individual Resources [BFAIR] has filled two agency vacancies: director of acquired brain injury/moving forward plan and director of >homecare services.

Deanna Davila was promoted internally to the director of acquired brain injury/moving forward plan. She holds a bachelor's degree in human services and joined BFAIR in April 2017 as a house manager in Northampton in the acquired brain injury program.

Tim Brelsford, who came from Berkshire Farm Center and Services for Youth, was hired to be director of homecare services. Most recently, he was a program director at Berkshire Farm Center and Services for Youth. Based in North Adams, BFAIR was founded in 1994 and provides adult family care, residential, in-home clinical services, employment and day services for adults and children with developmental disabilies, acquired brain injury, autism and homecare services for older adults. BFAIR hires director of brain injury program and director of homecare services



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