• Children's Services, Central Aroostook AssociationThere are a number of OTC staff who are working in the Children Supports program this summer to help cover shifts with kiddos who need staff for the next three months. There are also some who are serving as fill-in staff for the Adult Services programs. This is a great example of how the agency staff work together seamlessly and proves that Eight Programs, One Associationis present in the agency's daily processes.

  • Senior Staff

    Executive Director
    Stephen D. Richard
    Chief Operating Officer
     Carl Michaud


    Director of Case Management
    Don Chapman
    Director of Adult Services
    Pam Powers
    Director of Home Services
    Kim Grant
    Director of Child Services
    Paula Perkins
    Director of Community Programs
    Allen Deeves
  • Central Aroostook Association offers a variety of day program services for adults with developmental disabilities. These individualized programs can include either center based or community based activities. This program offers activities to promote self-maintenance, physical fitness, self motivation, social skills, behavioral skills, safety, and problem solving. Physical, occupational and speech therapy carry over is available for individuals who need that service. The program also promotes the integration of developmental skills necessary for semi or independent daily living.

    Central Aroostook Association offers individualized programs designed to increase independence, improve independent functioning and independent living. The community based programs offer a variety of community inclusion activities for the individuals we serve in the adult programs. Activities include volunteering in different communities, using community facilities and gaining knowledge about the community. The pre-vocational program assists individuals with job seeking skills so they can explore employment opportunities for the type of work they would like to do.

  • case management programAdult Community Case Management provides supports to adults with developmental disabilities from Fort Kent to Sherman. Case management duties and responsibilities include but are not limited to; home visits, making sure that individual’s needs are met, Representative Payee Services, monitoring medical/dental appointments, completing referrals for services/ programs, assistance in obtaining housing resources and completing paperwork for Maine Care Waiver Services, funding requests, and advocacy. CCM will update Service and Supports, critical information, and other required information and Assessments in the Enterprise Information System.

    Youth Community Case Management coordinates services for youth up to the age of 20. Qualifying diagnoses may include a combination of physical, medical, mental health, and developmental disabilities.  It’s imperative to understand each family’s unique dynamic to optimize the success of their child. Providing opportunity and growth for the child but seeing success for the entire family is the achievement that the team supports.  The Wraparound process is used to engage, prepare, and implement phases of achievement.  A Strengths Inventory is created that include nine components of a youth's environment: Family, Living Situation, Medical, Well Being, Social/Recreational, Legal, Safety, Educational/Vocational, and Family Values

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PO Box 1245
25 Lombard Street
Presque Isle, ME 04769
Phone: (207) 764-0134
Fax: (207) 764-5543