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Exceptional Lives Guide: Creating a Disability-Friendly Workplace

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Many companies, both large and small, are starting to welcome – or actively recruit – people with disabilities into the workforce. And they're finding...

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

Home Delivery

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Food For Free's Home Delivery program brings food to low-income Cambridge residents who cannot access food pantries due to illness or disability. We...

Contacts: 
Fiona Crimmins, Program Director (fiona@foodforfree.org)

Senior Services and Delivery at the Cambridge Public Library

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Monthly delivery service is available for residents who are homebound due to short or long term disability.

Contacts: 
Library (617-349-4041)

Exceptional Lives Employment Guide

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This free, easy-to-read online Guide is for people with disabilities and their families. It helps you to make some job goals, learn how to get training...

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

Exceptional Lives Health Insurance Guide

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If you have a family member with a disability, it’s essential to have health insurance, and know how to get the most out of it. This free online Guide...

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

DHSP Inclusion Initiative

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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)

Exceptional Lives Guardianship Guide

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This free, easy-to-read online Guide is for parents of children who have a developmental disability. If you think your child may need help making some...

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

Exceptional Lives Resource Directory

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This is a free searchable Resource Directory of disability services in Massachusetts. It's also available in Spanish and includes therapies, specialists...

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

Exceptional Lives Special Education Guide

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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 SSI Guide

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SSI is Supplemental Security Income. It’s a monthly cash benefit for people with disabilities or low income. This free, easy-to-read online Guide will...

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

Exceptional Lives Transition to Adulthood Guide

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This free, easy-to-read online Guide is for parents of children and young adults who have a disability or an IEP (Individualized Educational Program) at...

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

Ticket to Work

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Ticket to Work is a free and voluntary program that can help Social Security beneficiaries go to work, get a good job that may lead to a career, and...

Contacts: 
Ticket To Work Helpline (1-866-968-7842 , TTY number: 1-866-833-2967 )

Another Way of Life (AWOL)

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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)

Exceptional Lives Early Intervention Guide

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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)

Exceptional Lives Guide: What To Do When You Think Your Child May Be Different

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This free, easy-to-read online Guide is for parents of babies and young children who may need help with their development. If your child does not seem...

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

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