Cape Abilities Healthy Aging Initiative

Filed in Blog, Community Partners, Events, Life Skills, Residential, Vocational by on September 7, 2017

n response to the increasing number of aging individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities who have a high probability of being impacted by the early onset of dementia and/or other complex age-related health and medical issues, Cape Abilities, through a generous grant from the Cape and Islands United Way, is launching a Healthy Aging Initiative.

Supports provided through this initiative will supplement current services in both the Life Skills Day Habilitation and Residential programs and provide resources for family members and other caregivers who support these individuals as they age.

As part of this initiative, a series of training sessions will be offered.
These are open to families, caregivers and other community members
who have an interest in learning about supports for this population.

For more information, please contact Michelle Savini, RN
at or 508-778-5040.


November Trainings

The Art of Eating Well
Wednesday, November 15, 2017
4:00 – 5:30 pm
Cape Abilities Park Center office, 100 Independence Drive, Hyannis

Maggie Davis (MS,RDN,LDN,FADA,FAND) will focus on training will provide evidence based research following the current dietary guidelines. Maggie will also present ways of modifying food favorites into healthier options and meal planning.

Maggie Davis, MS,RDN,LDN,FADA,FAND, is the founder and director of Live Nutrition located in Brewster,Ma. Maggie has over 30 years’ experience in helping her patients live healthier lives through improved nutrition.  In addition to her clinical work, Maggie is an author and consultant with experience working with individuals with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities and their unique needs.


 Training is limited to the first 50 people. Please RSVP to Carol Gorman at  or at 508.778.5040 ext. 804



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