15% of adults with autism have complex social, communication and behavioral challenges that precludes their inclusion in the community.
With no vocational, educational or volunteer opportunities available to them, the economic and emotional weight of their care falls to their families once they reach adult age.
We provide social and recreational opportunities for these adults along with their caregiver.
We give these families a reason to get up in the morning. We work with community partners to adapt opportunities to ensure success.
Our programs serve small groups with regularly scheduled community-based activities in response to their unique individual preferences and interests.
We seek to have all programs 100% subsidized through donations so that economics will not be a barrier to inclusion.