We have created opportunities to service youth and adolescents that are on the Autism Spectrum. Short-term respite services with assigned counselors for clients with Asperger Syndrome and High Functioning Autism targeting self-esteem, social anxiety and quality of life. Core areas are Art, Literacy, Leadership and Life Skills.
We create opportunities for youth to connect to networks of support and resources that allow them to reach for social and economic opportunities to succeed. Our staff are held to the responsibility of modeling intentional behavior that support positive social and community goals and expectations.
We create opportunities to provide support through positive mentoring relationships that promote the exploration of self- awareness, college/career options and continued encouragement for academic and personal success in a focused setting.
*If you are interested in one of the services named above please feel free to contact us for our service rates.
DCF Credentialed Provider
Temporary Care Services provides a short term break or intervention, separating the child/youth from caregivers for a few hours, or other relatively short period of time in order to assist family members with the practicalities of living and their attending to the needs of all family members. This service is provided in the home of the parent or caretaker.
Support Staff is a service designed to address the individualized needs of a child or youth in the community who may be exhibiting mild to moderately challenging behaviors in the home, in school or in the community. This service provides a range of life supports focused on making positive decisions and behavioral choices; assisting with attaining social and emotional gains; connecting with positive peer and other community supports and reinforcing success in school.
*If you are a parent or guardian looking to attain a DCF Credentialed Service for your child, you must contact your DCF Social Worker for a referral for services. Please note that DCF Credentialed Service rates are set by the Connecticut Department of Children and Families.