The mission of Cape Organization for the Rights of the Disabled (CORD) is to advance the independence, productivity, and integration of people with disabilities, including deaf and hard of hearing people, into mainstream society.  This winter, CORD is busy with program applications, registrations, and dance parties.

CORD’s Transitional Internship Program (TIP) is seeking student’s for the spring session.  The program is open to students who are: currently attending high school and on an IEP or 504 Plan; committed to working a paid internship; committed to attending pre-employment skills training, and have no prior work experience.  View the TIP brochure for more details.

CORD’s Mobile Food Pantry Sign-up:  CORD’s Mobile Food Pantry is designed to assist people with any disability who are experiencing food insecurity.  Pre-registration is required.  View flyer for registration dates, times & locations.

Save the Date:  Spring Fling Oldies Dance Fundraiser
Friday, March 31, 6:00 – 9:00 PM
Yarmouth Moose Lodge, 769 Route 28, South Yarmouth
Tickets are $15
For more information, contact CORD at 508/775-8300


CORD and Elder Services of Cape Cod and the Islands form the Aging and Disability Resource Consortium (ADRC) of Cape Cod and the Islands, a “no wrong door” point of service for people with disabilities and elders on the Cape and Islands.  Aging and Disability is a major health and human service focus area for the Barnstable County Department of Human Services.