The concern and focus continues to be the health and wellbeing of the consumer, or center residents, Schneider Costigan wrote.
"We are working closely with her family and other caregivers and will continue to do so while respecting the family's right to privacy," she said.
The Center for Disabled Services began in 1942 as a small nursery school for children with cerebral palsy, but has grown into a regional provider to thousands of people with 300 different physical, neurological, cognitive and medical disability diagnoses.
The center emphasizes the health and wellbeing of each individual under its care and is committed to an independent lifestyle for its consumers, said Schneider Costigan.
The Center serves 37 counties throughout the state, as well as neighboring states.""