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Cape Abilities Announces New Associate Executive Director For Program Operations

Filed in Blog, Community Partners, Jobs, Life Skills, Residential, Vocational by on September 25, 2017
Cape Abilities Announces New Associate Executive Director For Program Operations

Our entire staff welcomes Leah LaCross to this key leadership position. Click on her picture to learn more about Leah and the vital role she will play at Cape Abilities!

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Cape Abilities Healthy Aging Initiative

Filed in Blog, Community Partners, Events, Life Skills, Residential, Vocational by on September 7, 2017
Cape Abilities Healthy Aging Initiative

Through a generous grant from the Cape and Islands United Way, Cape Abilities is launching a Healthy Aging Initiative to provide resources for family members and other caregivers who support individuals with disabilities as they age. Click on this link to register today!

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Congratulations to Cape Abilities’ Corrina Dyal!

Filed in Blog, Community Partners, Residential by on January 18, 2017
Congratulations to Cape Abilities’ Corrina Dyal!

Corrina Dyal is one of our many loving and caring Direct Care Professionals who work directly with the individuals we support. Recently, the state’s largest human service trade association, recognized Corrina for her invaluable commitment and dedication to the individuals we serve. Click on the link to read more!

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Weather-Related Program Cancellation Notice Procedures

Filed in Blog, Community Partners, Life Skills, Residential, Vocational by on December 12, 2016
Weather-Related Program Cancellation Notice Procedures

To ensure that all caregivers and consumers are notified as early as possible, Cape Abilities will use a number of approaches to notify you of program closings.

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Cape Abilities Celebrates Direct Support Professionals Week 2017!

Cape Abilities Celebrates Direct Support Professionals Week 2017!

Cape Abilities is proud to recognize the dedication and commitment of our outstanding direct care team. Please click on this link to learn about a few who are making a difference every day!

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Mark’s life is changing for the better, THANKS TO YOU!

Filed in Blog, Residential by on November 18, 2015
Mark’s life is changing for the better, THANKS TO YOU!

Because of your support, the lives of the individuals we serve are improving every day. Please click on this link and see how Mark’s life is transitioning from one once hopeless to one of great promise.

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Cape Abilities’ Residential Staff: Pillars of strength when severe weather strikes!

Filed in Residential by on February 4, 2015
Cape Abilities’ Residential Staff: Pillars of strength when severe weather strikes!

The recent slew of winter storms forced Cape Abilities to shut down agency operations for several days. Click on this link to learn about a remarkable group of Cape Abilities staff that never shuts down under such severe conditions.

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Cape Abilities Weather Advisory

Filed in Blog, Life Skills, Residential, Vocational by on January 26, 2015
Cape Abilities Weather Advisory

Due to severe weather, Cape Abilities day activities are completely closed today, Friday, March 10th, for consumers and staff. Residential staff should maintain their winter weather schedules.

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The Cape Abilities Picnic

Filed in Blog, Events, Life Skills, Residential by on September 16, 2013 0 Comments
The Cape Abilities Picnic

The annual Cape Abilities picnic is an opportunity for employees, participants and families to get together and enjoy good food and each other’s company. this year’s picnic was a wonderful event!

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First Pitch!

First Pitch!

Cape Abilities participant Kim Kahila was thrilled to have the opportunity to throw out the first pitch at a recent Dennis-Yarmouth Red Sox Cape Cod Baseball League game. He practiced before the big day, did a great job and came away with a baseball signed by all the Red Sox players. First Pitch Night was […]

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