The Nemasket Group Story…
Our story began in 1984 when a group of families came together and made a decision. They wanted their sons and daughters to have a future — a future that included working and participating in everyday community life. The Nemasket Group was born from that idea and a lot of effort from families, friends, local officials and other state agencies. There were 19 individuals when we first opened our doors and today, we support nearly 125 men and women from the Greater New Bedford and Wareham areas to develop career goals and gain employment in our Job Paths Program. Most are working in local businesses and companies in a variety of jobs including landscaping, medical support services, banking, industrial manufacturing, materials handling and food services. People are earning wages, paying taxes and leading typical lives.
We have grown and evolved through the years and have added programs to meet the needs of families and individuals living with disabilities throughout Greater New Bedford. We now serve over 400 adults, children and families.
NewsWorkshop Announcement - July 7, 2015
Strangers in the House: The Dilemma of Living with In-Home Services Families and individuals who receive in- home support services typically face a major problem of trying to maintain the integrity of their private home and family lives despite the inescapable Continue reading
Click here to download the 2015 Louis Nisenbaum Memorial Golf Tournament Brochure or pay below using Paypal. 2015 Golf Tournament Individual Golfer 2015 Golf Tournament $200.00 USDFoursome 2015 Golf Tournament $800.00 USDDinner/Reception Guest Only 2015 Golf Tournament $50.00 USDTournament Sponsor 2015 Continue reading
Click here to view the Summer Quarterly Newsletter 2015
Workshop Announcement : Click here to download SRV Study Visit Using PASSING: Understanding the Service Recipient’s Perspective Flyer
Click here to view the Spring Quarterly Newsletter 2015
FAIRHAVEN — The Nemasket Group is celebrating 30 years of empowering people with intellectual and developmen . . . southcoasttoday.com/article/20141027/NEWS/141029521#sthash.OSWU