Homes may be self-owned or leased, usually with one or two adults with ASD per residence, there may be a number of such residences scattered though out the building or housing complex, allowing for greater staff accessibility oversight.
Every person hopes to live a meaningful and fulfilling life – full of choice, opportunities, friendships and contributions to the community at large. Through our Adult Residential Program and its many options, we provide people with autism, intellectual and developmental disabilities the home and support they need to fully realize that hope.
Nov 23, 2018 · Marianne Ehlert of Protected Tomorrows works with the families of people on the autism spectrum to plan for adult living. Available options for people on the autism spectrum vary from state to state and individual to individual. Possibilities range from complete independence to institutional living.
For the parent of a child with autism, the decision to choose a residential program is a difficult one, but one that is in their child's best interest. It is ultimately a decision that provides a second home with an enriched environment designed to meet their child's specific needs while offering a positive climate that motivates learning and stimulates personal growth.
Adults with Autism Resources to support adults in all areas of life With an estimated 50,000 adolescents with autism becoming adults each year, it is more important than ever that there are effective resources and services to help you with the challenges you might face.