MAB Community Services (MAB) is committed to creating opportunities and transforming the lives of participants with a range of abilities and disabilities. Adult Disability Services day programming consists of two programs: MABWorks and MABVoc. Our progressive day programming takes an individualized, person-centered approach to serving each client’s needs.

MabWorks is a community-based day program focused on helping participants develop the skills they need to pursue their life interests and be active participants in their own communities.

MabVoc is a vocational program for adults with brain injuries.

MAB has more than two dozen residential homes throughout Massachusetts. All of these homes are handicap accessible and managed by trained and caring staff members who work with the people we serve and their families to support their vocational and recreational goals to create an environment for ongoing learning and exploration. Case managers assist participants with health care management, personal safety, landlord/tenant relations, and money management.  Supports are designed to ensure participants maintain their independence.

What We Do:

Since MabVoc is a vocational program for adults with brain injuries, our team works together to assist and support participants in their efforts to find gainful and meaningful employment or volunteer opportunities.

MabVoc also supports participants in their goals to learn prevocational skills such as budgeting, communication, and computer skills to help enhance their potential and success in the workforce.

Participants must be on the MFP or ABI waiver in order to be eligible for MabVoc services.

Example of a Typical Day

9 am-9:30 am: Arrive at the participant’s house and plan the day

9:30-11:30 am: First planned activity (creating resume, reviewing, applying)

11:30am-12:15pm: Lunch (working lunch- nutrition, communication skills)

12:15-1:30pm: Activity 2 (community outing)

1:30-2:30pm: Activity 3 (community outing, job hunting)

2:30-3:00pm: Wrap up/recap (notes with participant)

Typical services hours: 4-6 hours per day, 2/3 days per week

Orientation and Mobility Services
Orientation and Mobility is specialized training provided by Certified Orientation and Mobility Specialist (COMS) to individuals who are blind or visually impaired on specific strategies and skills for safe, efficient, and effective travel in both indoor and outdoor environments. Read more here about our Orientation and Mobility Services.

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