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PLYMOUTH AREA SERVICES

 

SECOND NATURE SOCIAL SKILLS

Plymouth, MA

Second Nature Social Skills bridges the gap between school and home by providing a community based, highly structured, pragmatic social skill development in a safe and comfortable environment.  Our programs provide children with an outlet to practice what they learn in home and school while having fun with same aged peers in the community.

THE ARC OF GREATER PLYMOUTH

Plymouth, MA

The Arc of Greater Plymouth empowers and supports people with disabilities and their families to belong, contribute and thrive.

THE BRIDGE CENTER

Bridgewater, MA

The Bridge Center specializes in affordable, year-round therapeutic recreation and equine-assisted therapy programs for individuals with disabilities. All programs are instructed by skilled staff and are designed to meet the social, emotional, and physical goals of participants. Through innovative programming, The Bridge Center encourages independence and seeks to improve participants’ quality of life.

OLD COLONY YMCA

Plymouth, MA

Old Colony Y integrates people, of all ages, with adaptive needs. We endeavor to provide with varying levels of ability and/or disability, the opportunity to work together toward the common goal of healthy spirits, minds and bodies.  Our members are accepted with dignity for the gifts they have to offer and the talents they possess.

THE PILGRIM AREA COLLABORATIVE

Plymouth, MA

Pilgrim Area Collaborative is a vibrant educational environment led by expert staff who bring daily dedication to servicing our students, our families and our districts. In our setting each student is recognized and valued for the unique gifts and abilities they bring to our programs. Our prime objective at Pilgrim Area Collaborative is to tap into each student’s inner strengths and expand those strengths to allow each individual to reach their highest potential. We strongly believe that educating our students is not limited to the classroom setting, rather educating students means fostering connections between school, home, and the community.