- Employment & Training
- Employment Agencies
CO-OP has assisted people with disabilities to become valued members of their communities since 1972. Our programs are person-centered, embracing the vision, interests, and support needs of each person. Services are generally available to adults and transition-aged high school students. CO-OP’s funding partners include Mass Health, the Department of Developmental Services, the Massachusetts Rehabilitation Commission, the Massachusetts Commission for the Blind, other state agencies, and local school systems.
All of the agency’s programs provide access to a wide range of clinical resources, including nursing and healthcare services; occupational, physical, and speech therapies; counseling and behavioral support; and assistive technology to help ensure the greatest level of personal fulfillment and community participation possible.
We provide CO-OP’s Residential Services in comfortable, secure homes with various levels of skills training and staff support available. Individual lifestyle choices are supported through community involvement, relationship building, and collaboration with family members.
Our Employment Services offer a flexible menu available on a full or part-time basis, and placement services focus on interests and strengths and support a variety of needs.
Day Services offer life-skills training focusing on social, recreational, and community involvement (volunteering, exercise classes, music, and more!) Identifying interests, skills, and support needs helps determine how best to assist individuals in pursuing their personal goals, visions, and dreams.
Whom to Contact
- Catherine DeTerraDirector of Communications & Marketing