Adult Services

Programs aimed to help adults learn social skills, daily living skills and more.

Adult Services

Amego provides a continuum of services and support to individuals 22 years of age and older. With the individualized support offered at Amego, the individuals we serve maximize independence and success in all aspects of their lives.

Our two Adult Service Divisions are:

Day Services

Amego provides several supportive day services for adults with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) and other developmental disabilities at our Attleboro and Northborough locations. Our service models include Day Habilitation Program and Community-Based Day Supports (CBDS). All adult services offer an environment that promotes personal growth and development utilizing evidence-based practices of Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA).

Day Habilitation Program

Amego’s Day Habilitation program provides a therapeutic setting offering a structured, goal-oriented curriculum designed to maintain or improve current levels of functioning. MassHealth Funds Day Habilitation programs. 

Day Habilitation services include:

  • Therapeutic assessments and consultative services
  • Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA)
  • Positive Behavior Supports (PBS)
  • Nursing services
  • Community integration
  • Health and wellness programs
  • Therapeutic arts and music activities
  • Functional independent living skills
  • Enrichment activities
  • Community volunteer activities
  • Skill-building curriculums, including social skills, self-advocacy, healthy living, and human rights group training
  • Individualized goals supported by a program member’s Day Habilitation Service Plan (DHSP)

Community-Based Day Supports Program

Community-Based Day Support (CBDS) services assist individuals in building and maintaining their ability to participate in community activities by focusing on skill areas that include communication, self-care, relationship-building and community involvement. The CBDS program allows individuals to explore employment and engage in meaningful enrichment and community-based activities. Our trained staff encourages individuals to pursue their interests, discover new opportunities, and participate actively in the communities where they work and live. The CDBS program is supported by the Department of Developmental Services (DDS) and promotes the Massachusetts "Employment First" initiative.

CBDS programs and training include:

  • Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA)
  • Positive Behavior Supports (PBS)
  • Culinary arts lunch program
  • Therapeutic arts and music activities
  • Functional independent living skills
  • Skill building curriculum including vocational skills curriculum, social skills, self-advocacy, healthy living and human rights group trainings
  • Health and wellness fitness activities, including music and movement, Yoga, and YMCA team membership
  • Community volunteer work
  • Seasonal community activities
  • Enrichment activities
  • Individualized goal setting supported by a program member’s Day Individualized Service Plan (ISP)

Adult Residential Services

Amego’s adult residential services provide community-based residential living supporting people with autism and other developmental disabilities. Each home creates an environment that promotes independence while providing for the needs of individuals in their homes and communities. Individuals continue to develop and strengthen their social and functional living skills while participating in the day-to-day upkeep of their homes and becoming active members of their local communities.

Features of residential services include:

  • Dedicated manager in each home
  • Caring, compassionate, and trained direct support professionals
  • Daily access to community activities
  • Clinical programs developed by Licensed and Board Certified Behavior Analysts (BCBA)
  • Coordination of medical care

Adult Services Admission Overview

Amego provides day and residential services to adults ages 22 and above. Individuals we serve are diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) and other developmental disabilities that impact social, behavioral, and intellectual development.

Referrals are accepted from funding sources, typically the Department of Developmental Services. Referrals for either day or residential programs should be submitted to Penny Potter, Chief Program Development Officer.

To ensure successful placements, all referrals are reviewed by the clinical services team. If an appropriate opening within the agency is identified, a member of the clinical services team will coordinate a visit to meet the individual and their providers in their home or current placement. Every effort is made to identify the most suitable day program and residential placement at Amego. Families are encouraged to connect with Amego early in the referral process to evaluate whether Amego is a suitable match. Once placement is finalized, a transition meeting is scheduled, at which time an admission date is set.

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