Megan Bonneville

Megan Bonneville
PCM Supervisor/Skills Trainer
(413) 442-7047 Ext. 43

After having worked for both BFAIR and a local homeless shelter, I spent well over a decade as a paraprofessional in behavioral and intensive special needs programs at the high school level. Throughout the years, I have trained to care for those across the full spectrum of disabilities and pride myself on providing my consumers (and students) with services infused with empathy, flexibility, and professionalism.

How did you get involved in the Independent Living Movement?

Growing up, my uncle also worked with the disabled and he often brought his consumers to our holiday dinners. His passion for his work was inspiring, and I have strived to emulate that same dedication in my own career path with both disabled adolescents and adults.

Fun Fact:
  • I am an identical twin!
  • I love pizza!
  • I am a Cancer!
Something that may surprise you about me:

I have a green thumb, and my secret is naming each of my plants. It helps them grow!

Other Team Members

Denise DionDenise Dion


Jennifer KnowltonJennifer Knowlton


Jennifer MundyJennifer Mundy

Skills Trainer

Jessica VickeryJessica Vickery

Intake & Admissions Coordinator

Jill AllessioJill Allessio

Skills Trainer

Jill McChesneyJill McChesney

Representative Payee

Kayla BoothKayla Booth

Business Office Manager

Kyla WhiteKyla White

PCA Administrative Coordinator

Mary Ellen RahillyMary Ellen Rahilly

Independent Living Director

Melissa AhlenMelissa Ahlen

Skills Trainer

Ryan MulcahyRyan Mulcahy

Transition to Adulthood Program (TAP) Counselor

Sally EnglishSally English

Executive Director

Samantha BertolinoSamantha Bertolino

VR-IL Coordinator

Shawn RobitailleShawn Robitaille


Sophie SchrumSophie Shrum

Nursing Home Transition Coordinator

Tami Stevens-GoerlachTami Stevens-Goerlach

PCA Administrative Coordinator

Teesha MurrellTeesha Murrell


Tia DemaryTia Demary

Skills Trainer

Tim DillonTim Dillon


Join Our Personal Care Attendant (PCA) Program

Our Personal Care Attendant (PCA) program allows eligible individuals to hire personal care attendants to help them do the things they can’t do for themselves.