In addition to our five core services, we offer these additional services.
ADA Technical Assistance: AdLib is an educational resource for individuals and the community on issues concerning disabilities and the law. AdLib can provide materials, information, accessibility studies and presentations on the ADA.
Aging & Disability Resource Consortium: Along with Elder Services of Berkshire County and other community organizations, AdLib works to enhance community based options for people with disabilities and elders in Berkshire County.
Art at AdLib Program: AdLib provides weekly creative art and sewing workshops. The program offers a positive enriching experience in the arts.
Housing: AdLib is an information, referral and advocacy source on affordable housing in Berkshire County.
Long Term Care Options Program: AdLib’s Option’s Program helps consumers, family members & caregivers make informed choices about long term services, supports and settings.
MRC Vocational Referral Program: With the Massachusetts Rehabilitation Commission, AdLib helps eligible consumers acquire job readiness skills.
Personal Care Management Program: AdLib’s PCM Program empowers MassHealth eligible consumers to manage their daily living by employing Personal Care Attendants. The PCA’s assist in such chores as bathing, dressing, and meal preparation.
Representative Payee Program: AdLib acts as a third party representative payee to assist people in managing their money and meeting their basic living needs.
Transition to Adulthood Program: AdLib helps high school aged students with disabilities access needed services and make informed decisions to successfully enter the adult world.
Transportation Services: AdLib’s Transportation Services Program helps consumers move towards greater independence in mobility through education, skills training and access to AdLib’s accessible van.
Weight & Seating Independence Project (WISP): AdLib is a host site for a wheelchair accessible scale. Using this scale, consumers can improve their health by routinely tracking their weight at our independent living center. WISP is a project of the MassMATCH Assistive Technology Program for Massachusetts and funded through a grant from the Christopher and Dana Reeve Foundation.