A transitional program that provides daily structure for young adults with psychiatric disabilities. Daily structured groups to help build pre-vocational, vocational, educational and life skills.

Provides an accessible residence for adults with complex medical needs, including Multiple Sclerosis, as well as durable equipment and customized adaptive equipment services for the general public.

A non-profit organization that helps children and young adults 21 years and younger with disabilities obtain medical equipment or services that is not provided by their insurance companies.

A non-profit to raise money and awareness for bi-lateral hip dysplasia. Runners are matched with someone to run for and dedicate their runs and workouts to that individual.

Children will be instructed on arena riding, games, interaction with horses, grooming, touching and tacking. Also offer Hip- potherapy with a professional OT.

For teens also faced with a severe life-limiting medical con- dition, the transition from childhood to adulthood can be especially challenging. Wish Upon a Teen offers creative social opportunities such as spa days, family outings, new room design and more.

Offers a variety of services for elders, their families, and care- givers, and persons with disabilities, so that they can remain in their homes such as Adult Foster Care and PCA services as well as offering a full range of information and referrals.

Online database of articles written by parents of young children with visual impairments or multiple disabilities, as well as links to resources and ways to connect with other families.

A statewide network managed by UMasss Medical School of employers and collaborative partners that aims to increase employment among individuals with disabilities.

Empowers adults with developmental disabilities to make meaningful life choices. Offers a variety of services that provide opportunities to live, work and socialize in the community.

Information specialists housed in offices throughout the state are linked to their own comprehensive database and are avail- able to assist and direct families to local services. Statewide Hotline: 211.

Information specialists housed in offices throughout the state are linked to their own comprehensive database and are avail- able to assist and direct families to local services. Statewide Hotline: 211.

Information specialists housed in offices throughout the state are linked to their own comprehensive database and are avail- able to assist and direct families to local services. Statewide Hotline: 211.

Information specialists housed in offices throughout the state are linked to their own comprehensive database and are avail- able to assist and direct families to local services. Statewide Hotline: 211.

Athletic programs uniquely adapted to accommodate people with a wide range of disabilities. All programs are custom tai- lored to the diverse needs of individuals and groups.

Serving families with children diagnosed with cancer through financial grants. Can be used for medical expenses, items for the child with cancer or personal expenses such as rent and utility payments.

A UCP initiative for children and youth with disabilities and chronic illnesses, providing an online social networking commu- nity, and information on conditions and diagnoses.

Offers an information and referral service, legislative advocacy, technology initiatives and research programs to consumers and families of children with Cerebral Palsy.

Focuses on improving the quality of life for people living with spinal cord injuries and disorders. Services include a newsletter, peer support, and accessibility consultations.

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