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Central Aroostook Association has proudly been serving individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities for over 60 years. The Association was founded by a group of parents who felt that their children deserved to be educated, employed, and live in their own communities; so they created that opportunity. We have grown from our humble beginnings, each year we service hundreds of individuals throughout Aroostook County in eight different programs. Thanks to the Board of Directors, our dedicated staff, parents, and the community; we continue to work towards providing better opportunities to the individuals we serve.   – Stephen D. Richard, Executive Director

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This week Adult Services cleared out the remains of their community garden and brought it to be added to compost. ... See MoreSee Less
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Miss Meg's Room at OTC started off the year with a farm unit. They created a variety of animals to go in their barn. ... See MoreSee Less
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We are pleased to announce that Tracy LeVasseur will be filling the Director of Residential Services role. Tracy began serving individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities in 1996 when she accepted the position of Residential Advisor at the Personal Services of Aroostook Waiver Home in Presque Isle. Shortly into her tenure there, she was offered and accepted the position of Waiver Home Manger and she remained in this role until coming aboard Central Aroostook Association in the fall of 2002. In her years with the Association, she has worked primarily at the Opportunity Training Center, and also as a Children’s Targeted Case Manager for a year. She will oversee the operation of 3 waiver homes in Presque Isle. Tracy comes to this position with a BA in Human Services that she earned in January of 2020 from Southern New Hampshire University. ... See MoreSee Less
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