Individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities face an exciting and challenging time in their lives as they turn 22 years of age.

This transition period marks the beginning of another chapter in life as they move from school programs to the next phase of life and can be both exciting and challenging. Many questions are raised as you or your loved one faces this period.

Get informed, organized, and prepared for the turning point for adults transitioning from special education. There are resources to support individuals in transition and provides families and caregivers all the steps involved in the “Turning 22” process. 

Please refer to the links below as you navigate this process. If you are interested in speaking with someone at Community Connections about this process please call 508-362-1140


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Through a person-centered approach, we design individualized programs that build on the strengths of the whole person, enabling them to live as independently as possible in their community.

We count on donors like you, so our clients can continue to reach their goals through therapies and activities.