Every person wants to live a productive, fulfilling and meaningful life. Adults with autism and intellectual and developmental disabilities are no different; some might just need additional support to make their dreams reality.
Bancroft makes it possible.
Support Across the Lifespan
Bancroft programs for adults are designed to accommodate a range of abilities and support needs. Our aim is to empower those we serve to live as independently as possible, from those in need of intensive behavioral support and round-the-clock care to those who require minimal guidance in life skills.
Our team of highly trained clinical and behavioral health professionals work with each client and their care team to establish goals and develop personalized treatment plans that are implemented with the support of program management and direct care staff.
Explore Our Programs for Adults
Fostering Growth and Independence
Whether the goal is to live independently, explore interests and build skills through Day Program services, or to build vocational skills and find volunteer or employment opportunities, Bancroft’s focus is on meeting each person’s goals and needs.
In everything we do, Bancroft aims to help adults with autism and I/DD live their best life. To contribute. To learn. To have fun. To connect and engage with the world around them, and feel fully included in their communities, at home and at work.
Ready to Learn More?
The first step is to contact your Supports Coordinator and tell them you are interested in a Bancroft program. The Supports Coordinator can then make a referral to Bancroft.
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