Member Agencies

These independent agencies work together to provide vital services and programs to those with disabilities® and special needs.

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  • CP Rochester

    CP Rochester provides a network of services for people with physical disabilities®, from infancy through their senior years, to ensure that they safely determine their own pathways in life and live as full members of their communities. Over 65 years of dedicated service, CP Rochester continues to open doors and change lives.

    Serving 1,950 consumers and their families per year

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  • Epilepsy-Pralid, Inc.

    Epilepsy-Pralid, Inc. provides education, advocacy, and tailored services for people with epilepsy, traumatic brain injury, and other brain conditions. Our region encompasses the Rochester, Syracuse, and Binghamton areas.

    Serving over 4,000 clients per year

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  • Medical Motor Services

    Medical Motor Services provides direct transportation services to children, adults, and senior citizens with disabilities® and special needs, arranges transportation using other community providers and offers a vehicle maintenance service to other not-for-profit organizations.

    Serving 15,000 clients with 550,000 trips per year

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  • National Multiple Sclerosis Society Upstate New York Chapter

    National Multiple Sclerosis Society Upstate New York Chapter provides comprehensive services to families who live with the unpredictable effects of multiple sclerosis through education, information, advocacy, health and wellness activities.

    Serving 12,000 people living with MS in the Greater Rochester Area per year

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  • Rochester Hearing and Speech Center

    Rochester Hearing and Speech Center identifies, evaluates and provides treatment for anyone of any age with speech, language, or hearing challenges to enable communication for life.

    Serving 13,000 clients per year

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  • Rochester Rehabilitation

    Rochester Rehabilitation achieves its mission of Work, Wellness, Independence, by getting people back to work and fostering active living. It provides an array of vocational, mental health, specialized driver evaluation/training, plus adaptive sports and recreation services for people with disabilities® designed to assist them in achieving vocational goals, independent living, and healthy active lifestyles.

    Serving 3,500 clients and their families per year

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