Our Navigator personally answers questions and talks with you about resources that may be available in the community to meet your individualized needs. If you have any questions about our programs or services, or aren't sure what you need, contact our Service Navigator, Rachel Arruda, and we will get in touch with you as soon as possible.
Willow Tree in Natick and Northboro, Mass., provide active treatment through small-group community activities to help you gain new abilities and enhance rehabilitative outcomes. Our programs for transition-aged adults; people with ASD, people with chronic health conditions or mobility needs, people with visual impairments, and people with dementia are often successful where others have failed.
1671 Worcester Road., Suite 100
Framingham, MA 01701
We help people with significant learning needs develop valuable skills and meaningful adult roles. Creative and personalized practices combine frequent integrated community activities with a range of ancillary therapies to improve your function and enjoyment of life. We partner with you, your family, and other service providers to integrate our supports and help you reach your goals.
People come to Willow Tree to improve in important life areas including social skills, self-care, positive behavior, communication, physical health, and mobility. They appreciate our small size, our focus on providing community-integrated activities, and our experience with transition-age adults, autism, and chronic health conditions. People are referred by friends and family, secondary schools, the Dept. of Developmental Services, and Mass Rehab. Commission. Basic services are funded through MassHealth Insurance.
A rich schedule of activities includes:
- Physical, Occupational, and Speech and Language therapies
- Self-advocacy training
- Positive Behavioral Supports
- Studio arts, animal therapy, music, swimming, yoga, and fitness
- Technology and communication
- Transitioning people to employment
- Supporting people with ASD
- Improving the independence of people with health, behavioral, and mobility needs
- Engaged program staff, nurses, and clinicians
- Friendly environments
- Accessible vehicles for daily community activities
- Relationships with local organizations