Our History

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2016

Options Department becomes approved for pre-employment transitional services with MA rehab commission. 

2015

Options Department becomes an approved provider for CIES program for MA Rehab commission.

2014

The agency moved into its new headquarters to Stoughton MA. The move more then doubled the size of its facility to 55,000 square feet. The new facility houses agency administration, the Fiscal Intermediary Program and the Options program from our Taunton office.

2010

Options is an approved provider of Adult Foster Care for MassHealth.

 

2002

The agency moved into its new headquarters in the Wollaston section of Quincy in 2002. The move doubled the size of its facility to 22,000 square feet. The new facility houses agency administration, the Fiscal Intermediary Program and the Children's Developmental Disabilities Center.

1998

The Board of Director voted to change the name of the agency to Cerebral Palsy of Massachusetts, Inc.. The agency services consumers in over 100 communities in the Commonwealth.

1986-1987

The agency expanded its programs to further meet the needs of a population without services and programs adults with developmental disabilities. A Supportive Living Program and a Personal Care Program were established to allow adults to live as independently as possible in their own homes and avoid institutionalization. This innovative program provides services such as; skills training, personal care attendants, case management, transportation and advocacy. Cerebral Palsy continues to explore its role in the provision of services for people with developmental disabilities so that they can live as independently as possible in their own homes and avoid institutionalization.