We want avoidable blindness to be eliminated. We want equality for people with disabilities.
At the Multi-Cultural Independent Living Center of Boston, Inc., experienced staff work with people with disabilities of all ages from inner-city Boston neighborhoods and the Greater Boston region.
Our vision is a world where persons with disabilities fully participate in society and enjoy equal rights and opportunities on an equal basis with others
Our mission is to support persons with disabilities around the world to build diverse movements, ensure inclusive development agendas, and achieve equal rights and opportunity for all.
The mission of Achilles is to enable people with all types of disabilities to participate in mainstream running events in order to promote personal achievement.
Located in Central Square, the Citywide Senior Center serves as a "one stop” multi-service center for seniors living in Cambridge and the surrounding area.
Formally ValueOptions Inc
The Institute for Human Centered Design (IHCD), founded in Boston in 1978 as Adaptive Environments, is an international non-governmental educational organization (NGO) committed to advancing the role of design in expanding opportunity and enhancing experience for people of all ages and abilities through excellence in design.
formerly known as The Harvard University Adaptive Technology Lab
We serve a wide range of disabilities, both visible and invisible. Across the nation, we remove physical, cultural, attitudinal and legal obstacles so people with disabilities have every opportunity to live meaningful and productive lives, on their own terms. We exist to provide the best services and opportunities for people with disabilities in communities nationwide.
The University of Massachusetts Boston is nationally recognized as a model of excellence for urban public universities.
Maximize the independence, well-being, and health of older adults, people with disabilities across the lifespan, and their families and caregivers.
BCIL is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization that has provided services to people with disabilities since 1974, when it became the second independent living center in the country.
The inclusion of children with disabilities is a priority of the City. We welcome individuals with disabilities who meet the basic eligibility requirements of the out-of-school time programs.
Welcome to the Massachusetts Chapter of the American Parkinson Disease Association.