Welcome! Central Aroostook Association has been proudly serving people with intellectual and developmental disabilities since 1959. This amazing association was founded by parents who believed that their sons and daughters deserved to be educated, employed, and to live in their own communities. Through a dedicated Board of Directors and supportive staff, our mission has continued for 54 years. The association has grown from one program and is now supporting people in eight different programs. We hope that you enjoy surfing through our website. - Stephen D. Richard, Executive Director
This summer has been a busy one for the association. Just in August, OTC special purpose private school has seen the end of their summer sessions and the beginning of a new full school year. Adult Services enjoyed their annual ATV Rides and summer picnic, although the picnic did have to be held indoors due to weather. Residential Services held an Ice Cream Social that was well attended while Children Supports began a Cooking Matters class for the kiddos in the program, which the program has been able to organize with ACAP representative Amy Bouchard. The association's new Wellness Coordinator has put out the newest Wellness Newsletter, which can be found in our website's News section. Not only is the association a place of purpose but it also places value in consistently striving to find new ways to improve their current practices for both the individuals it supports and its employees. Thank you for being a part of our vision.