Adult Day, Employment and Residential Programs
Navigating the maze of support services and funding for adults with autism, intellectual and developmental disabilities can be difficult. We are here to help.
The right fit for your loved one
If you are interested Bancroft’s programs for adults – residential programs, day programs, or employment programs – call 800.774.5516 or fill out the form below.
Be prepared to answer questions such as:
- Your loved one’s name and date of birth
- Diagnosis information
- Do you have funding in place? Add details.
- What are the areas of need for your loved one?
- Best way to reach you / Best time
An Admissions Specialist will be assigned to you
Our aim is to find the program that best fits your loved one’s needs and interests and help you understand all of the options and issues so we can line your loved one up with the support they need in a timely manner. We will also guide you in how ascertain eligibility for programs and gain access to funding.
Eligibility for funding for adult services is determined by the New Jersey Department of Developmental Disabilities (DDD) or the Division of Vocational Rehabilitation Services (DVRS).
Once eligibility has been determined, you or the individual seeking service may choose Bancroft as the program of choice. While most of those enrolled in Bancroft programs receive state funding for all or some of the services provided, many families choose to access additional services by paying for them directly.
We value input from and collaboration with each Supports Coordinator and Case Manager as a member of the individual’s Care Team. Bancroft is happy to provide you and your team with face-to-face info sessions and tours of our facilities.
Simply e-mail AdultServices@bancroft.org or fill out the form below.
In New Jersey, Bancroft is a DDD-approved provider of Residential Services, Adult Training, Day Habilitation, Individual Supports, Prevocational Training, Individual and Small Group Supported Employment, and Transportation.
Residential Services are also available in Pennsylvania and Delaware – to learn more, visit our Community Living page.