People on the Move – Allied Services Integrated Health System Patrick Quinn: Allied Services Integrated Health System announced Patrick Quinn as Director of the Developmental Services Division. Quinn has been the Assistant Director of the division since 2021, but has worked exclusively in the field of intellectual and developmental disabilities for more than 38 years. He is an accomplished lecturer on a local, state, and national level advocating for persons with disabilities. Quinn is a graduate of the University of Scranton and holds certificates from the University of Delaware National Institute on Developmental Disabilities and the University of Scranton Non-Profit Leadership Program. Kindra Digwood, CCC-SLP: Allied Services Integrated Health System welcomed Kindra Digwood, CCC-SLP to the Allied Services Home Health team. She is an accomplished speech-language pathologist with experience in home health and hospice care in Pennsylvania. Digwood earned a Bachelor’s degree in Speech-Language-Hearing Sciences from Temple University and a Master’s degree in Communicative Disorders from West Chester University. She has also earned certification for and has and experience in the use of the Vital Stim for swallowing disorders. Laura Harding, MS, OTR/L: Allied Services Integrated Health System recently welcomed Laura Harding, MS, OTR/L as occupational therapist for the health systems Home Health division. Harding earned her Bachelor’s in Psychology from Widener University, followed by a Master’s degree in Occupational Therapy in 2008 from Thomas Jefferson University. Since 2009, Harding has been a valued member of the Allied Services Skilled Nursing team in Scranton, serving most recently as a Senior Occupational Therapist. In the Home Health division, Harding joins an award-winning team; Allied Services Home Health has earned the Top Performing ranking from HomeCare Elite for more than 9 consecutive years. Eileen Marzolino, BS, PCHA: Allied Services Integrated Health System welcomed Eileen Marzolino, BS, PCHA as Administrator for The Terrace; the health systems personal care home in Scranton. Marzolino earned her Bachelor of Science degree in Public Health with a concentration in Health Administration from East Stroudsburg University in 2016 followed by her certification as a Personal Care Home Administrator in 2022. Over her career, Marzolino has served in many aspects of senior care from activities and admissions, to marketing and administration. Marzolino also serves as Vice President for the NEPA Aging Network Alliance (NANA).