Whom do we serve?
Individuals we support include children, adolescents, and adults with intellectual disabilities. Each service we provide is individualized yet consistently built on a goal-driven model. This model seeks to improve independent living skills, promote self-advocacy skills, and foster greater access to the community.
Services are designed by each individual, which places each person at the center of planning, directing, and guiding support. Our Services ensure the health, safety, and welfare of each individual while providing Residential Habilitation, Community Habilitation, and Respite Care services.
Behavior Support Services
Services are designed to provide support to individuals with intellectual disabilities who have behaviors that may diminish their ability to live successfully in their family’s home or in an independent setting in the community.
Services that are an allied health profession in which music is used within a therapeutic relationship to address physical, psychological, cognitive and social needs of individuals.
Employment Services is designed to assist individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities in finding opportunities in the workforce.
Occupational Therapy is a skilled healthcare profession that helps individuals of all ages participate in meaningful activities (occupations).