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.

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.

Led by Boston Children’s Hospital, Safe Kids implements evi- dence- based programs such as car-seat checkups, safety work- shops and sports clinics, to help prevent childhood injuries.

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.

Seeks to safeguard patients through effective mediation assur- ing access to care, maintenance of employment and preserva- tion of financial stability relative to their diagnosis of life-threat- ening or debilitating diseases.

Consortium of genetic service providers and consumers of genetic services promote health by increasing the awareness of genetic concerns, the understanding of the role of genetics in health care, and the availability of appropriate services.

National online service to help patients identify prescription assistance programs, free and low-cost clinics, condition-specific programs, and camps and associated scholarships.

Provides information about Medicaid and the Children’s Health Insurance Program CHIP-for families seeking health insurance coverage for children and teens and families needing help locat- ing a dentist.

of support. The peer-to-peer relationship offers support from someone who is familiar with the experience of preterm birth, life in the NICU, a child born with special health care needs, preg- nancy and/or infant loss.

A coalition of healthcare consumers and advocates providing information, referral, personal and legal advocacy regarding health care and health insurance in Massachusetts.

Public interest law firm whose mission is to provide pro bono legal representation to low-income residents experiencing diffi- culty accessing or paying for needed medical services.

Resource website to explain the concepts and provide resources around Palliative Care services, including Pediatric Palliative Care services around the country.

Provides funding for the specialized care and treatment of New England children born with birth defects, developmental and intellectual disabilities, and genetic diseases.

Represents more than 600 consumer and health professional organizations, working together to improve the quality of life for everyone impacted by genetics.

A grassroots network of organizations and individuals working for the consumer perspective in national/state health policy.

A national grassroots network advocating on behalf of children with special health care needs regarding health care reform on the state and federal level.

Share resources and updates about health care legislation and how it affects families of children with special needs, promote opportunities for families to work in partnership with profession- als in the health care service system, and support each other in our advocacy efforts on behalf of children. c/o Federation for Children with Special Needs

Offers disability benefits and educational services including ergonomic evaluations, education and training programs, vocational rehabilitation services, assistance with Social Services Disability Insurance SSDI-applications and appeals.

Wellness and exercise programs that help people with arthritis lead healthier, active lives with online and off-line resources.