Our staff provides our adult individuals the necessary supports, including fundamental, meaningful, and therapeutic learning experiences, to facilitate their integration into the community, such as:
Our Virginia program provides services to adult men and women diagnosed with autism, intellectual and developmental disabilities and dual diagnoses.
Our community residential living arrangements provide behavioral treatment services for individuals who are transitioning from institutional placements or have not benefitted from other services. Individuals live in comfortable, attractive homes in Fairfax County.
Once at home in a Virginia residence, individuals learn adaptive skills, find functional employment, and participate as full and active members of the community. Home is a structured, stable environment where staff provide 24-hour training and support.