Seeking the best medical care in Wellesley? Look no further than the highly-rated Brain Science Foundation.
The friendly and professional staff at Brain Science Foundation is here when you need immediate medical assistance.
Don't let that cold run you down - head on over to Brain Science Foundation and see a medical specialist.
Jonesing for a cup of your favorite java? Cafe Moca Express in Hopkinton's got you covered.
Cafe Moca Express is also a good option for those with special dietary needs, offering both low-fat and gluten-free items on the menu.
Take advantage of the free parking next door to Cafe Moca Express.
You'll like your bill almost as much as your meal at Cafe Moca Express, with meals usually costing less than $15.
If you need a midday pick-me-up, you can count on the coffee from Cafe Moca Express to do the trick.
Some problems confound the means and efforts of even the most gifted individuals; in 1904, tuberculosis was one such problem. Then, concerned citizens banded together to create the American Lung Association—one of the oldest voluntary health organizations still extant in America today—ultimately defeating the disease through the power of collective action. Today, the nature of the battle may have changed, but the spirit of community concern and volunteerism still thrives. Instead of actively fighting to cure certain diseases, the American Lung Association takes a big-picture approach, helping people quit smoking through education and encouragement, providing in-school programs for kids with asthma, and encouraging the community to keep the air healthy, breathable, and free from clouds of inhalable hornets.
Whether you prefer sausage, 'roni, or all-around veggie, Uncle Bill's Pizza's easy-to-please pizza has fans dishing out top-notch ratings.
Uncle Bill's Pizza features a wide variety of flavorful low-fat and gluten-free eats.
The parking lot near Uncle Bill's Pizza will have you in and out in a jiffy.
Customers should be prepared to spend around $30, but more importantly, they should be prepared to enjoy a great meal.
So who's hungry? The highly-acclaimed pizza at Uncle Bill's Pizza is ready and waiting to be served.
When you're craving pizza, make your way over to Uncle Bill's Pizza and load up a pizza with all of your favorite toppings.
During the school year, Lindsey is just like any other 11-year-old Framingham public-school student—except that she is blind. Though Lindsey tries to get the most out of her education, there are some necessary skills her mainstream school can't teach her. That's where Perkins School for the Blind steps in.
In addition to its regular school curriculum, Perkins runs summer and weekend outreach programs for students and community members to learn skills such as reading braille, mobility, and home management. Lindsey regularly attends the summer sessions where she and her friends learn how to shop for ingredients and make a sandwich, play musical instruments, and participate in water sports. Following these sessions, a faculty member noted that Lindsey has become "very motivated to be independent, and she takes pride in the fact that she can do things on her own." That is Perkins School for the Blind's goal for all of its students: to gain the skills and confidence to live their lives without struggle.
Animal Rescue Front (ARF) was founded in the wake of Hurricane Katrina as a first-responder animal-rescue team that helped save the lives of cats and dogs that survived the disaster. Focusing on one affected community in Mississippi, the organization transported more than 1,100 animals to homes and shelters that wouldn't euthanize them at locations across the country. The effort reduced the kill rate from 80 percent to zero for the first 12 months after the hurricane.
Now, ARF continues to fulfill its mission: “Until there are none save one.” The organization works to prevent companion animals from being euthanized through spay/neuter initiatives, adoption services, and educational programs. Teams in Louisiana and Mississippi also rescue animals directly from shelters that are at full capacity, and then place the animals in foster homes to socialize them and provide medical care and prepare them for adoption.