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Brockton Area Mulit Services (BAMSI)

General Info

Program Name
Lakeville Day Habilitation Center
Agency Office
62 Main Street,
Lakeville, MA 02347
Program Type
Dayprogram types definition
Business Filing Type
Organizational Type
Transportation options
MassHealth funded transportation through a PT-1
Hours of Operation
Monday-Friday 8:00 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
Accessibility Features
Wheelchair Ramps, Accessible Parking, Accessible Restrooms, Able to serve clients in their wheelchair , Medical Needs, Mobile Equipment, Braille/audio, Sign Language
Joy Reed
Adult Day Health, Case Management, Day Activity, Disability Awareness, Food – Meals, Job Seeking, Job Skills, Job Support, Job Training, Nursing, Occupational Therapy, Self-Advocacy – Health and Safety, Self-Advocacy – Leadership, Self-Advocacy – Life Skills, Self-Advocacy – Recreation and Leisure, Skills Training, Speech Therapy
Populations Served
Blind, Cerebral Palsy, Deaf, DeafBlind, Developmental Disability, Intellectual Disabilities, Multiple Disability, Spinal Cord Injury, Visual Impairment
Eligibility Requirements
People who have a developmental/intellectual disability due to cognitive or physical challenges observed prior to the age of 22 who are MassHealth eligible. Some private insurance or waiver members may also be eligible.


BAMSI offers a series of planned, goal-oriented supports designed to maximize each person’s potential. Services include training in self-care, communication, social skills, fine motor development, safety, community independence, and activities of daily living. To promote community integration, Day Habilitation supports and encourages individuals served to volunteer, use community resources, develop travel skills and join community organizations. 

Due to the range of individual needs for those attending Day Habilitation programs, an array of services is offered to ensure that each person’s unique needs and goals are met.  Services that are available include nursing, physical therapy, occupational therapy, and speech therapy.  

Each person served has an individually designed service plan that outlines his or her support needs and personal goals.  The plan is structured to encourage independence, enhance social activity, and improve the quality of individuals’ lives.  All services are grounded in a person-centered philosophy in which each individual is engaged as a partner to define needs and identify desired supports.



Client Information

Staff to Client Ratios
7 clients to every 1 staff person
Age Range of Clients
18 years to 90 years
Number of Current Clients

Towns Served


Record last updated on 23/01/2019

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