Services include vocational, prevocational and social day programs, respite, adaptive equipment, low vision aides, flex funding, etc. Residential placement is an option for those deaf blind consumers who have turned age 22 and MCB is identified as the State of Massachusetts lead agency. In addition, the MCB DBES unit can assist with the transition from school to living in the community, a process that often requires coordination with other service providers. The MCB DBES unit’s goal is to enhance each consumer’s independence and overall quality of life.
For more information, please contact Mitch Sanborn at Mitch.Sanborn@state.ma.us