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Greater MetroWest ABLE

Access, Belonging, and Life Enrichment for People with Disabilities and their Families

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Our vision is a community that is made whole through all of its members having meaningful opportunities for access to every aspect of Jewish life.

We are dedicated to raising awareness and promoting inclusive practices for individuals with disabilities and their families.  Our vision is a community in which all members have opportunities to meaningfully participate in all aspects of Jewish life. 

At Greater MetroWest ABLE (Access, Belonging & Life Enrichment for People with Disabilities and Their Families), we support and collaborate with agencies, synagogues, schools, and camps to create meaningful opportunities where each individual can thrive. Through advocacy, education, and partnership, we strive to break down barriers and empower individuals with disabilities to lead fulfilling lives. 

Whether you’re seeking resources, support, or simply looking to connect with like-minded individuals, our group provides a welcoming space for sharing information, experiences, and insights. Join us in our vision to create a more inclusive community where every individual is valued and celebrated  

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Committed to fostering inclusion
1 in 5
members of our community have a disability.
of people with disabilities.

Greater MetroWest ABLE is funded by the UJA Campaign, the Joyce and Leonard Kulik Fund for Special Needs, the Lester Z. Lieberman Special Needs Fund and grants from the Eric Eliezer Levenson Foundation for Hope, the Linda Bunis Haller Foundation, and the Carl and Eleanor Leff Greater MetroWest ABLE Endowment, established by Maxine Myers z’l.

Now Accepting Nominations! Greater MetroWest Madrichim - Teen Advocate Training Program

This program trains and teens interested in facilitating inclusive environments for youth with disabilities in our Greater MetroWest area synagogues, recreational programs, and camps. Teens will learn how to create opportunities for all individuals to participate meaningfully in Jewish experiences.