The mission of Cape Abilities is to serve individuals with disabilities on Cape Cod by educating, counseling and providing residential, therapeutic, social and employment supports so as to empower them to achieve meaningful and valued roles in society.
Cape Abilities has a long history of providing services to people with disabilities on Cape Cod. Founded in 1968 as Nauset Workshop, Cape Abilities has consistently grown and expanded over the years. Cape Abilities provides jobs, homes, transportation, a therapeutic day skills program and support services for people with disabilities across Cape Cod.
At Cape Abilities, we believe everyone has abilities, and we strive to help our program participants reach their full potential every day.
A nonprofit organization, Cape Abilities supports people with disabilities across Cape Cod, from Bourne to Provincetown. Headquartered in Hyannis, we also have centers in Eastham and Falmouth.
WHAT WE DOCape Abilities offers a range of programs, including:
• Job placement and training services• Residential programs• Day Habilitation/Life Skills• Transportation
With a creative approach to sustainability, we have developed several social enterprises that provide jobs for people with disabilities:
Cape Abilities Farm, which grows award-winning tomatoes, annual and perennial flowers and other local and Cape Abilities-grown produceCape Abilities Farm to Table Market & Gallery, featuring our farm produce, local products, art, furniture and one-of-a-kind collectible giftsCape Abilities Thrift Shop, specializing in fine furniture and home décor and unique Cape Cod artwork and collectiblesCape Abilities Vending, which provides vending services for businesses at over 45 locations from Wareham to Eastham