Fidelity House CRC “LINKS” people with disabilities to their communities.
Our CBDS program provides dozens of opportunities for adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities, age 22 or older, to engage with their community.
Daily activities include, but are not limited to, the following:
- Exercise, sports, and other lifestyle activities
- Volunteer opportunities
- Small group, skills based classes
- Community based workshops and learning opportunities
- Exploring local and regional landmarks
- Photography, painting, and ceramics
- Music, dance, and self-expression classes
- Cultural learning at museums, fairs, and performances
- Recreational trips to local farms, parks, beaches
- Participation in local events and activities
- Activities that enhance socialization, communication, and friendships
All activities are guided by our “LINKS” values: Learning, Individuality, Networking, Kindness and Service. Our unique approach starts with a comprehensive curriculum for skill development and daily opportunities to enhance new skills through community-based activities.
To qualify for the Community Based Day Supports program, there are two prerequisites:
Your family member has a letter of eligibility from the Massachusetts Department of Developmental Services (DDS).
For information on becoming DDS eligible, please go to the DDS website here or contact us at 978-374-9122 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Your family member has a referral from the Massachusetts Department of Developmental Services (DDS) specifically for the Community Based Day Supports program. Please contact your DDS Service Coordinator for information on referral to these programs.
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