Nate Joslin is a mental health clinician at the Walden School therapeutic treatment program at the Learning Center for the Deaf in Framingham. He has a lifetime passion for animals. He formerly worked as a Docent at Southwick Zoo in Mendon, Massachusetts. And he is currently building a 2 acre Homestead with his wife. At current they have three coups full of chickens and ducks. Inside the house he has a dog, a cat, a Cockatiel and Budgie, as well as the four therapy rats and occasionally has baby chickens living in the kitchen.
Nate Joslin, LMHC
Walden School/ The Learning Center for the Deaf & Splinter the Rat