Transitional Campus Residential Program
Supervised Living for Children with Autism
Campus Residences, part of Bancroft’s step-down residential continuum, provide intensive support and supervision, with the goal of preparing children and adolescents to transition to more independent settings in the community.
Students who reside in our Campus Residences have access to 24-hour supervision and nursing care.
Working Toward Independence
The Campus Residences program is comprehensive and integrated, with a focus on an individual’s cognitive, physical and psychosocial development.
A unique homelike environment, the program allows individuals to engage in educational curriculum at The Bancroft School and is especially helpful in preparing young people for more independent living, enabling each person to reach his or her highest potential.
Integrated and Individualized Learning and Healthcare
Our Campus Residences provide 24-hour continuous staff supervision in a safe and comfortable homelike environment, as well as a host of rehabilitation offerings including:
- Applied behavior analysis (ABA)
- Nurse case management
- Behavioral planning
- Personal care
Children who reside at The Lindens benefit from an expanded clinical team including skilled nurses, psychiatrists and educational specialists all under one roof.
Care becomes seamless, enabling improvement in problem behaviors and increased independence.
Eligibility and Funding for the Campus Residences
Eligibility for funding for the Campus and Community Residences is determined by the New Jersey Department of Children and Family Services (DCF).