May Institute

Day Habilitation Programs

Many individuals with developmental disabilities require specialized support to achieve community inclusion. May Institute’s Day Habilitation programs provide individualized support for adults of all ages, including those with complex medical needs. These programs combine medical monitoring, including nursing, physical, occupational and speech therapies, with daily living skills training and active community involvement.

Day services and activities include:

  • Volunteer activities
  • Social skills training
  • Community integration
  • Communication skills development
  • Functional living activities
  • Supported employment and training
  • Behavior management

Programs are available in the following locations:

May Institute’s Adult Day Habilitation programs are accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF). All adult programs are licensed and funded by Massachusetts Department of Developmental Services.