Accessing Adult Services
There are many community-based supports available for individuals with special needs for conditions such as autism, dyslexia, and Tourette's when they graduate from high school.
- Some of these supports include but are not limited to:
Adult day programs;
Group homes and supported living arrangements;
Vocational training, and
For those who are not interested in an actual placement, there is often money available to develop such programs yourself. In order to obtain these supports, however, it is important to apply for services from the appropriate agency as soon as possible as there may be waitlists that are years long.
Contact our office today to learn what services your loved one may be entitled to and how you can ensure eligibility for such services.