Upper Cape Access Center
At our Upper Cape Access Center, our highly trained, caring and compassionate staff work to meet the needs of the members we serve. We do this through a variety of program offerings, both in-house and in the community. Programming is centered around building skill development for personal independence in areas such as communication, self-help, independent living and sensorimotor development, self-advocacy, and meaningful social relationships.
Some of the exciting activities we offer include:
- Occupational Therapy through cooking, recycling, nutrition and food shopping
- Communication and social skill development through critical thinking, sign language, group discussion, Pocasset Post newsletter and current events
- Individualized and group exercise such as weights, fitness machines, volleyball, walking, bowling and Zumba
- Sewing for the homeless and other local donations
- Therapeutic art and yoga
- Flower Power, where we design floral arrangements from donated community organizations to donate or fund-raise for Special Olympics
- Skill-based community activities including Meals on Wheels, Greenbriar working with animals, NOAA working with scientists and farming and trail maintenance at local farms.
The Upper Cape Access Center is open Monday through Friday between the hours of 9 am and 3 pm, although services may be provided outside of those hours if requested and available.
Our Upper Cape Access Center is conveniently located off Route 28/MacArthur Boulevard, at 25 Barlow’s Landing Road, Pocasset, Massachusetts. Using this location as a base, we are able to service South Plymouth and Upper Cape area residents with Supported Living, Case Management, Individualized Home Supports, Transportation, Alternative and Day Program Services. Contact Caitlin Jones, Program Director, directly at 508-564-5101 or firstname.lastname@example.org.