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Ralph DeCicco & David Hahesy, Co-Chairs
disabilities@revere.org - (781) 286-8267

The Commission on Disabilities meets on the second Tuesday of each month from 6:00-7:30 PM in the City Council Chamber.

Mission Statement

Our mission is to increase opportunities and remove barriers for people with disabilities by facilitating full and equal participation in all aspects of life within the City of Revere. Our commission works toward compliance with Title II of the Americans with Disabilities Act. With this in mind, the commission will help influence public policy by advising and working with all departments within the city on issues impacting persons with disabilities and their families, educating and informing all residents on disability issues and increasing opportunities for persons with disabilities to reach their maximum potential in independence, human development, productivity, and self-sufficiency.

Guiding Principles

Disability is a natural part of the human experience. The Commission on Disabilities operates on the premise that all people with disabilities are entitled to the opportunity to participate fully in society. We strive to ensure that all people live with justice, equity, freedom, dignity, privacy, economic self-sufficiency, and mental and physical health and well-being. We will listen respectfully and advocate when appropriate.


9-1-1- Disability Indicator Form

  Click Here To Download A Copy of: 9-1-1 Disability Indicator Form

This form is to be filled out by anyone who uses a landline phone in their home to help assist the 911 operators in case of an emergency. This will let then know that a person on the other line has a disability and may require special assistance in the time a call is placed. Once the form is filled out and signed please  mail or drop it  off at the address provided on the bottom of the form. Call our office with any questions or concerns at 781-286-8267.

Applying For An Accessible Parking Spot On Your Street? Learn The Rules And Regulations First Before You Apply

Click Here to View The Rules and Regulations Associated With Applying For A HP Parking Sign

Click Here to View And See What You Will Need and Do Before You Start An Application

RESIDENTIAL HP ACCESSIBLE PARKING OPTIONS

 To Find Out More Information About Accessibly Parking Options Please Click Here

Information And Disability Services From the State of Massachusetts

Click Here To Access The Massachusetts Office on Disability Official Web Site 

 Click Here For Information On: CAP-Client Services Program Brochure

Click Here For Information On: MOD- Massachusetts Office on Disability Overview Brochure

 Click Here For Information On: Commonwealth of Massachusetts -Boston Center for Independent Living

What Local Agencies Are Out There For Assistance?

  Click Here For Information On: Mystic Valley Elder Services

 Click Here For Information On: Mystic Valley Available Assistance for Adults Living With Disabilities

 Click Here For Information On: Adult Family Care

 Click Here For Information On: Adult Family Care Coverage Area Map

 Click Here For Information On: H.E.L.P- Medical Equipment Loan Program

Helpful Website Links For Parents and Caregivers That Have Children With Disabilities

Click Here to be Re-directed to: The NeArc - Official Website

 Click Here to Be Re-directed to: Special Olympics Massachusetts - Official Website

 Click Here to be Re-directed to: Recreational Education Center - Official Website 

Click Here to be Re-directed to: Toward Independent Living and Learning, Inc. - Official Website 

 Click Here to be Re-directed to: Revere-Drop-and-Stay-Playgroup - Official Facebook Page

 Click Here to be Re-directed to: Revere-Young-Athlete-Program - Official Facebook Page