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Assistive Technology

From simple to sophisticated, we have the technology to help you reach your goals at home, on the job, or at school.

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Our mission is to provide services to ensure children and adults with disabilities have equal opportunities to live, learn, work, and play.

With an individualized approach to all services, we focus on the power of unlocking every person's full potential.

Easterseals Massachusetts serves all regions of Massachusetts creating a thriving network for the Disability and Veteran communities.  Our therapists and specialists are experts in their field providing the most exceptional services in a wide range of settings.

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Assistive Technology Maker Lab

We are excited to announce the new AT Maker Lab, an innovative community space where Easterseals Massachusetts staff, clients, and Mass Academy of Math and Science students will collaborate and create new devices to help people with disabilities find assistive technology solutions that help with independent living. The goal is to meet unique AT needs by creating new technologies!

Seeking participants!

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Easterseals Massachusetts

18 Chestnut Street, Suite 200
Worcester, MA 01608
Phone: 800-244-2756 (508) 471-1400 (Assistive Technology)

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What's New At

Easterseals Massachusetts

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Our team has been working hard to get TBC reopened and is excited to start Equestrian Center and recreational programming in 2023! Check out our website to learn about future programs, take a virtual tour of the stables, and get information on how to sign up.
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Just before ringing in 2023, a group of ESMA Youth Programs #TeachDisabilityHistory leaders, ESMA staff, and supporters gathered together at Prudential Center on December 30, 2022, to bathe Boston in beautiful orange for their annual 31 Night
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Our last two Volunteer Clean-Up Days had a significant impact on The Bridge Center progress thanks to the volunteers that consisted of ESMA staff, board members, former TBC staff and clients, and community members. Check out the photo highlights under News & Social Media Updates!
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Stories From Our Clients

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Zeke Kittinger | Augmentative Communication

Zeke Kittinger is now a fifth grader at South Elementary School in Hingham, MA, but he was a preschooler when he first started working with Easterseals Massachusetts. Zeke is on the Autism Spectrum and is a smart, funny, book-loving student who loves his family and his dog. He also happens to be someone who uses Augmentative Communication (AAC).

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Bo | College Navigator

For Bo, the crushing weight of low expectations fueled his dream and determination to succeed. Bo, who has autism, dyslexia, and other physical and learning disabilities, entered 9th grade barely able to spell nor write more than three-to-four-word sentences. During middle school, a pivotal time in an adolescent’s growth and development, Bo was told by many adults that he wasn’t “smart” and would never “amount too much.” At the same time, his mother Cynthia was told to encourage her son to find work requiring minimal skills with good job security.

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Naomi | Accessible Martial Arts

Meet Naomi! She’s a 16-year-old superstar in our Accessible Martial Arts (AMA) program. With limited options for accessible recreation and limited time in Naomi’s busy schedule, ESMA’s online martial arts classes were a great solution to keep her consistently active without creating timing conflicts!

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Sandy Ho | Youth Mentoring

Through her work with Thrive, the ESMA mentoring program, Sandy has empowered young women with disabilities locally & worldwide to broaden their horizons and lead more independent lives. Read more about Sandy's success in being a mentor at ESMA!

Featured Programs


Assistive Technology Regional Centers

Increase your independence at home, on the job, or in school by making informed decisions about the assistive technology that's right for you. This is a FREE resource to easily borrow AT. Solutions can range from non-electronic communication displays to communication devices controlled by eye movements, and more.

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College Navigator Program

The College Navigator program assists students to identify barriers, advocate for their needs, and access college services and resources to successfully reach graduation. This program provides individualized services to college students with disabilities based on their goals, strengths, and needs.

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Youth Leadership Network (YLN)

Through the support of the Massachusetts Rehabilitation Commission, YLN promotes self-advocacy and self-awareness for teens and young adults with disabilities ages 14-26. Meetings are held every Tuesday at 4:45 pm via zoom. No long-term commitment is necessary.

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