We are thinking of our program participants, their families and guardians, staff members, volunteers, supporters and community members, and hope all are staying healthy and safe.
Opportunities for Inclusion will be CLOSED through Tuesday, 4/30 at which time we will assess the feasibility of reopening based on federal and state guidelines. Our primary concern is the safety of our participants and staff.
Our Adult Family Care (AFC) program continues to operate by telehealth visits.
Please see additional information in News below, and please contact us at 781-899-1344 x0 or firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
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Our MissionOur mission is to serve children, adolescents and adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities and their families in the community, utilizing a person-centered planning approach. We provide quality, flexible programs, services and supports which maximize independence, foster inclusion, promote self-advocacy and build community connections. Opportunities for Inclusion programs are based upon self-determination, sound teaching practices and the latest technology. We are committed to advocacy and legislation to influence attitudes and perceptions so individuals may choose and achieve life goals.
A private 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, Opportunities for Inclusion is uniquely sensitive to the level of personal support required for individuals to thrive. We have proven experience with the inclusion of all people into the community.