Residential Living and Support

The Price Center’s residential homes and support services provide opportunities for safe, supportive independent and community living to individuals with developmental disabilities.

The Price Center offers a continuum of residential support services to developmentally disabled adults in the Metrowest of Boston. Services range from total care for the profoundly disabled to group homes that foster independent community-based living for clients capable of relatively high levels of self-sufficiency.

The Price Center takes a person-centered approach to:

  • Providing personal care
  • Establishing home routines
  • Encouraging unique recreational and social interests
  • Teaching practical life-skills

We currently operate four homes within the Newton and Brookline areas of Massachusetts.  All homes are accessible via public transportation.

Click here to view a video about The Price Center’s Residential Living Program.

Want an update on how the Residential Services program is doing? See our most recent Internal Review and Satisfaction Survey results.

To learn more about Residential Living, contact Jennifer Thompson, Residential Director, at or 617-244-0065 x1009. To find out how you might get involved as a volunteer, supporter or program sponsor, contact The Price Center. We welcome your interest!