Massachusetts Department of Development Services Central Office
Provides a wide range of services including residential programs, vocational training, specialized training, and enabling independent living in the community. Must be diagnosed with intellectual disabilities. Not an authorized vendor/dealer. Most individuals and families have contact with DDS through their local DDS Area Office. Serves children and adults meeting the eligibility. Serves children with Asperger's Syndrome. These 23 offices are located throughout Massachusetts. To find your local DDS area office copy and paste this link :
- Case Management
- Community Based Residential Services
- Day/Work Activity
- Family Support
- Transitional/Supported Employment
- Pre-Vocational Skills Training
- Supported Employment
- Vocational Counseling
- Vocational Rehabilitation
- Group Residences
- PERSONAL CARE
- Asperger's Syndrome
- Autism Spectrum
- Intellectual Disabilities
Areas ServedLocal Area
Age Groups Served
- Lower Elementary
- Upper Elementary
- Junior High School
- High School
- Young Adult
Program's minimum age for Elder Services
Resource last updated on: 7/24/2009
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