Scholarship Program

The Tempus Unlimited scholarship program is designed for seniors with a disability seeking continuing education past high school. This program is offered to families providing financial support of tuition for furthering education. Applications are collected each spring and the chosen recipients received up to $2,500 toward continuing education, and winners are honored at a scholarship ceremony at Tempus Unlimited's annual golf tournament.  


Therapeutic Swim/Aquatic Therapy

Under the supervision and assistance of a trained and certified aquatic therapy instructor, therapeutic swimming provides exercise, and physical function in a relaxing setting. Some of the many benefits of therapeutic swimming include developing physical control, tone and strength, enhance confidence, improve flexibility, endurance and range of motion.  

Service area: Servicing the state of Massachusetts​


Occupational Therapy

Occupational therapists (OTs) help people with disabilities, injuries or illness recover and cope through the use of common, everyday tasks. Usually working one-on-one with individuals, OTs will watch how they do tasks, ask questions and look over medical history. OT’s create treatment plans and goals, show patients how to use adaptive technology, demonstrate exercises to relieve pain and increase mobility, and much more. Tempus Unlimited supports school programs offering occupational therapy services to children with disabilities in the community. 

Physical Therapy

Physical therapists help people with physical injuries or illnesses of to regain range of movement and control their pain. Physical therapists, or PTs, help people who have lost motor function due to accidents, illness, a disability, or age. They help determine the root causes of the trauma, counsel patients, and work with them to create a plan for rehabilitation.

Therapeutic Riding Programs

Horseback riding and equine related therapies use the horse as the therapy tool. The horses gait mimics the gait of the human body, when sitting upright on the horse the body receives similar input as it would if the person was physically walking by working the muscles of the rider. Therapeutic horseback riding impacts cognitive, physical development, behavioral, social, and emotional benefits to children with disabilities.