News and Upcoming Events

Cape Cod Times Covers Cape Cod Village

The Cape Cod Times published a story on April 17, 2014 that reports on Cape Cod Village’s planned group home in Orleans.  Cape Cod Village... Read More

Cape Cod Village attends Autism Spectrum Awareness and Acceptance Day

Cape Cod Village attends Autism Spectrum Awareness and Acceptance Day at the statehouse in Boston on 4/15/2014. Pictured (l to r) Emcee for the Day,... Read More

Cape Cod Village Founder Bob Jones Interview on WOMR

On April 8, 2014 Cape Cod Village Founder Bob Jones was interviewed on WOMR’s This Place Matters with Susan Lindquist.  The 30-minute interview... Read More

Interview with Mindy Todd–Adults With Autism Face Challenges Finding Housing and Work

Across the country adults with autism face difficulties finding housing, often languishing on waiting lists for years. On The Point, Mindy Todd talks... Read More

Cape Cod Village 2013 Holiday Newsletter

Cape Cod Village’s 2013 Holiday Newsletter is now available.  Thanks to all for their support during 2013, and best wishes for 2014! Follow... Read More

Cape Cod Village September 2013 Newsletter

Cape Cod Village’s monthly newsletter reports on the recent “Autism and Authors” fundraiser.  Please follow the link below to read... Read More

Autism and Authors Event in CapeWomenOnline

On August 12, 2013, a fundraising event called Autism & Authors was held at the Craigville Retreat Center, in Centerville, to benefit Cape Cod... Read More

April 15, 2014–Morton Dean at Autism Spectrum Awareness and Acceptance Day

Morton Dean, veteran ABC and CBS news correspondent, will be the emcee at  Advocates of Autism of Massachusetts for Autism Spectrum Awareness and... Read More

Cape Cod Village will be located in a town on the shores of Cape Cod, Massachusetts. Cape Cod is a peninsula located 100 miles southeast of Boston, Massachusetts.


To meet the ongoing residential and community living needs of adults on the autism spectrum.


A community where adults with autism have a place to call home.

Core Values

To create a dynamic campus style residential community for adults with autism that emphasizes integration with the larger Cape Cod community.

To foster quality of life and well being, while providing safety, security, and continuity of care for residents throughout their lives.

To provide a meaningful, satisfying, and dignified life with access to opportunities whereby full and active participation is achieved.

To insure that residents contribute in all aspects of life to the fullest extent of their desire and ability.