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The mission of The Disability Network is to promote freedom, choice, opportunity and equality for people with disabilities through advocacy, education and employment.
Elder Services of Worcester Area is one of twenty-seven Aging Services Access Points (ASAP) in Massachusetts and assists elders over the age of sixty and younger disabled individuals from fifteen communities in the Greater Worcester area.
The purpose of the ADRC is to empower and support older adults, people with disabilities and their families by serving as a central source of advocacy, information, assistance and support and access to community resources.
Peer-to-peer support for caregivers to spouses and partners. This group supports the Spousal Caregiver and is non-disease specific. Spousal caregivers lose their best friend, lover, half the team that raises the kids and maintains the home and...
AdLib, Incorporated, Center for Independent Living is a nonprofit organization whose mission is to empower people with all types of disabilities to live more independently and have control of their own lives.
Rural Advocates for Independent Living (RAIL) is the Aging and Disability Resource Center serving the Missouri Counties of Adair, Chariton, Knox, Linn, Macon, Putnam, Schuyler, Scotland, Shelby and Sullivan.
CORD and Elder Services of Cape Cod and the Islands have joined together to form the ADRC of Cape Cod and the Islands, a "no wrong door" point of service for people with disabilities and elders on the Cape and Islands.
Central Boston Elder Services helps Boston area seniors remain in their homes by providing short and long-term care to the Boston neighborhoods of Allston, Back Bay, Fenway, Mission Hill, North Dorchester, North Jamaica Plain, South End and Roxbury.