Clearbrook staff is 'caring, compassionate and committed'
Ed Fiorentino and his wife, Mimi, have been involved with Clearbrook for more than five years. Their son, Tommy, has autism and lives in one of Clearbrook's 53 CILA homes.
Ed, a Clearbrook board member, said, "Clearbrook is a very client-centric organization. They make decisions based on what's best for the people they serve. The direct staff that work with my son are caring, compassionate, and committed."
The Fiorentinos have been big supporters of Step It Up for Clearbrook and plan to participate again this year with Tommy.
"This is a great way to raise awareness about Clearbrook and their mission, as well as raise funds to support the organization. It's also a great way for companies to do good in the community and build some teamwork and camaraderie," Ed says.
"It's a great cause, gets you some exercise, and connects you with such a wonderful organization."