HMEA’s Day Habilitation Program promotes independent living, good health and a satisfying life. The program fosters community integration, relationship building, social and communication skills and daily living and recreational activities.
On-site nursing, speech/language therapy and physical and occupational therapy and clinical supports are available through the program. We help our participants identify their skills and interests. Then, we assist them to achieve their personal goals and become more active in community activities.
Services are offered to people who are at least 22-years-old who have been diagnosed with autism and other developmental disabilities. Participants must live within commuting distance of North Attleboro, Millbury, Plainville or Sterling in Massachusetts. Participants must be eligible for Mass Health, but private payment arrangements are available.
*Participants between 18-21 are considered if school funding is approved.
Millbury & Sterling ~ 8:30 – 2:30
Hopedale, Bellingham, Plainville, and Community Partners ~ 9:00 – 3:00