MAB Community Services
MAB Community Services has been creating opportunities for people with disabilities since 1903. Today we specialize in individualized rehabilitation and family-focused strategies that help individuals with a range of disabilities live full lives in the community.
MAB’s mission is to work with individuals with disabilities to eliminate barriers and create opportunities. Our experience allows us to forge strong community partnerships so that we can meet the pressing need for high quality services and programs and transform lives.
There are 3 divisions:
• MA Assoc. for the Blind & Visually Impaired (MABVI) that provides vision rehabilitation and support services to more than 1400 adults each year. Programs include low vision centers, peer support groups, 1:1 volunteer assistance, and in-home rehabilitation training.
• MAB Adult Disability Services provides orientation and mobility training, residential supports, and vocational/day-habilitation programming for individuals with developmental disabilities or brain injuries in Greater Boston. The department operates 19 group homes and serves 300 people each year.
• The Ivy Street School is a residential and day school serving adolescents and young adults (ages 13-22) with brain injuries, autism spectrum disorder, or behavioral health challenges.Our Transition Program helps students who have met their graduation requirements but need additional help with life skills and executive functioning. Ivy Street helps students learn the skills they need to transition to successful adult life in the community.