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Riverside Early Intervention

Program

Supports families through home based evaluations and services for children up to age 3 with or at risk for developmental delays. We do screening and...

Contacts: 
Lee King, Program Director- Early Intervention (617-629-3919 x 5791 or 617-702-5791)

Riverside Early Intervention Partnership Program

Program

We provide support during pregnancy in the home. Services depend on the family’s needs including prenatal education, labor and delivery preparation,...

Contacts: 
Lizzie Feigenbaum, Program Director (617-702-5792, efeigenbaum@riversidecc.org)

Special Start

Program

Special Start provides services for preschool aged children requiring special education, which include: screening, evaluation, development of...

Contacts: 
Shelagh Kelly Walker, Coordinator (617.349.6502)

Riverside Family After School Program (FASP)

Program

We provide a therapeutic after school program for children with severe behavioral or emotional problems. Aims to prevent hospitalization and out of home...

Contacts: 
Family After School Program Director (617-354-1519 x111)

DHSP Inclusion Initiative

Program

If you have a child with a disability and you are looking for an afterschool program where they can have a successful experience, please call to...

Contacts: 
Nicole Horton-Stimpson, DHSP Manager of Inclusion Services (617-349-6071, nhorton@cambridgema.gov)
Zach Solomons, DHSP Inclusion Specialist (617-349-6247, Zsolomons@cambridgema.gov)

Central Square Windsor House Adult Day Health Care Centers

Program

A comprehensive weekday program for adults who require supervision, social activities and medical oversight.

Contacts: 
Jeffrey Clement , Central Square Windsor House Program Director (617-547-7836, jshaw@windsorhouse.org)

Camp Rainbow

Program

Camp Rainbow is run through the Department of Human Services Recreation Division. We work with individuals with special needs ages 6-22 that live in the...

Contacts: 
Vladimir Pierre, Activities Coordinator/Programs (617-349-6228, vpierre@cambridgema.gov)

Franciscan Children's Adaptive Sports

Program

The Adaptive Sports Program at Franciscan Children’s provides children with special needs the opportunity to participate in sports and active recreation...

Contacts: 
Maria Fragala-Pinkham, Director of Adaptive Sports (617-254-3800 ext. 2280, mfragala@franciscanchildrens.org)

Eliot Early Intervention Home/Community Visiting

Program

Early intervention specialists support families of children birth to three years old with developmental delays by modeling how to work with their child...

Contacts: 
Eliot Cambridge/Somerville Main Office (339-227-1020)

Eliot Early Intervention Group Programs

Program

Families receiving our early intervention services have the opportunity to join our weekly parent-child, toddler, baby, and rainbow dance groups. These...

Contacts: 
Eliot Cambridge/Somerville Main Office (339-227-1020)

Community Boating Universal Access Program

Program

The Universal Access Program (UAP), provides sailing for individuals with special needs or those who may need special attention or assistance. In UAP,...

Contacts: 
Universal Access Program (617-523-1038, uap@community-boating.org)

Another Way of Life (AWOL)

Program

We are a therapeutic step program run by Veterans that helps fellow Veterans who struggle with addiction.

Contacts: 
Veterans Office (617-349-4760, veterans@cambridgema.gov, TTY number: 617-492-0235)

Special Olympics

Program

Clients train and compete throughout the year in a variety of events sponsored by the Massachusetts Special Olympics. Every client is given the...

Contacts: 
DHSP Front Desk (617-349-6200)

Exceptional Lives Special Education Guide

Program

This free, easy-to-read online Guide is for parents of children aged 3-22 who may need special services because of a developmental or learning...

Contacts: 
Exceptional Lives, Office (844-354-1212, info@exceptionallives.org)

Exceptional Lives Early Intervention Guide

Program

This free, easy-to-read online Guide is for parents of children aged 0-3 who may need special services to help with their development. It walks you...

Contacts: 
Exceptional Lives, Help Line (1-844-354-1212 , info@exceptionallives.org)

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