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

Athletic programs uniquely adapted to accommodate people with a wide range of disabilities. All programs are custom tailored 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.

Provides recreation and rehabilitation programs including physical therapy, occupational therapy, therapeutic riding, swim and aquatics, speech therapy, early intervention, day care, and Personal Care Attendants.

Grants to design beautiful yet functional rooms for children with disabilities or life-threatening illnesses, providing them with a safe, comfortable space to sleep, play, and live.

Promotes social acceptance through interactive programs, including iCARE (Introducing Children to Acceptance through Reading and Education), funding, and training.

Team IMPACT tackles the emotional trauma and social isolation experienced by children facing serious and chronic illnesses by matching them with a college athletic team. Through a two-year therapeutic program hat complements their medical treatment, children develop relationships and skills that help complete the full circle of healing.

Private ski lessons at Jiminy Peak Mountain for Mono-ski, 3- or 4-track, and adaptive snowboarding for individuals who are visually or hearing impaired or have intellectual disabilities.

Statewide, for-fee service hosted by Arc of Massachusetts. Provides services in the areas of advocacy, brokering, planning, referral for individuals with disabilities and the elderly.

Innovative housing for adults with additional needs. Works with families to create and manage independent living situations, provides financial information, housing, recreation and work.

Supports, promotes and advocates for the success of Somalis as they arrive in Massachusetts; Adult literacy programs, orien- tation and acculturation, housing, employment services, legal assistance, healthcare information, and culturalsupports.

Focuses on developing inclusive home and playground environments as well as recreational activities for children of all ages and abilities; pre-registration is requested.

A variety of programs include playground development, Ambassador running team, and loaner equipment for vacation and short-term usage.

Provides an accecible and easy-to-useonline directory and job board designed to hep individuals and families find and hire caregivers. RW partners with MA DDS elgible families. Low-cost, paid subscriptons are also available.

One-stop searchable directory of public, private, and accessible transportation options in Massachusetts. Ideal for seniors, peo- ple with disabilities, or anyone who doesn’t have access to a car. Website: www.massridematch.org

Led by Boston Children’s Hospital, Safe Kids implements evidencebased programs such as carseat checkups, safety workshops and sports clinics, to help prevent childhood injuries.

Supports the academic, social, and emotional growth of students impacted by homelessness through tutoring, mentoring, and providing backpacks and school supplies.

A durable medical equipment DME-reuse program managed by MA Rehabilitation Commission. Gives a second life to donated DME such as wheelchairs, adapted strollers, standers and gait trainers, shower chairs, and more. Offers refurbished devices at no cost.

Supplies adults and children in need with a variety of support. We provide clothing, toiletries, gift baskets, career items, school supplies, blankets, toys, furniture, baby items, housewares, etc.

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