Transition to Adulthood Program

The Transition to Adulthood (TAP) program is for young people with disabilities (14 to 22 years old) who are still in high school. The TAP program is here to help you figure out the future--your future--in a way that feels the most comfortable to you. We will go at your own pace and support you in your preparation for adulthood. Our aim is to empower you to make your own decisions about how you want to create your life. You can build it, and we can help! This program is funded by the Massachusetts Rehabilitation Commission.

Children and Youths with Disabilities

At Stavros, we want to make sure that children and youths with disabilities have the opportunity to reach their full potential.

Getting the Best Health Care and Supports

Many children with disabilities don’t have the supports they need at home to be healthy and safe. We work closely with families to make sure that their children get the best home care and supports available. 

Getting the Best Education

Many parents are frustrated by the lack of resources and opportunities for children with disabilities. We work with families to ensure that their kids’ Individual Education Plans (IEPs) reflect what they need to grow.

Building Bridges to Adulthood

Our Transition to Adulthoood programs works with youths with disabilities from 14 to 22, offering opportunities to learn new skills – social, recreational, and vocational – that will make their passages to adulthood more fulfilling.

For more information or to inquire about services, please call 1-800-804-1899, or e-mail us at info@stavros.org.

Currently accepting applications to the Transition Internship Program