What we're about

We are a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization consisting of a team of dedicated professionals who are passionate about working with teens and adults who are on the autism spectrum and/or who have related challenges. We focus on the development of social skills, job skills, and independent living skills while building long lasting friendships.

Upcoming events (5)

Girl Talk for Adult Women with Disabilities

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Who: This program is most appropriate for women 18+ years with disabilities who need more support. What: Girl Talk is a group that allows young women to get together to share ideas, successes, and struggles in a safe and non-judgmental environment. The group will meet at the Living & Learning Center, but, from time to time, will visit different establishments in the area based on where the group decides to go. The goal of Girl Talk is to provide socialization, friendship, and mentoring. What People Are Saying Our center has been described by other parents as, “The perfect balance that is visually inviting the moment you walk in and so welcoming by the personalities and tone. Loved it 100%.” This is a fee-based program which requires a free one-hour intake session prior to registration. To schedule an intake and for more information about this and other programs, please call us at[masked]

Anime Club for Young Adults with Disabilities

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Who: Teens and young adults who have high functioning disabilities. What: A place for people to come together to talk about, draw, and watch anime. What People Are Saying Our center has been described by other parents as, “The perfect balance that is visually inviting the moment you walk in and so welcoming by the personalities and tone. Loved it 100%.” This is a fee-based program which requires a free one-hour intake session prior to registration. To schedule an intake and for more information about this and other programs, please call us at[masked]

The Rap for Young Adults with Disabilities

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What: The Rap is a men’s and women’s group that meets at the Living & Learning Center but travels to different establishments in the area. This is based on where the group wants to go. The goal of The Rap is to provide socialization, friendship, and mentoring. Who: This is most appropriate for young adults who are 17 years and older that have Asperger’s Syndrome, Social Anxiety, ADHD, high functioning autism. What People Are Saying Our center has been described by other parents as, “The perfect balance that is visually inviting the moment you walk in and so welcoming by the personalities and tone. Loved it 100%.” This is a fee-based program which requires a free one-hour intake session prior to registration. To schedule an intake and for more information about this and other programs, please call us at[masked]

Dungeons and Dragons for Teens and Adults with Social Difficulties

Who: Teens and adults with social difficulties to improve their social interactions and communication skills. Designed for anyone (neurotypical people included) in middle school and up. What: Create your own fictional character and embark with your friends on adventures in the lands of legend! Includes pizza. What People Are Saying Our center has been described by other parents as, “The perfect balance that is visually inviting the moment you walk in and so welcoming by the personalities and tone. Loved it 100%.” This is a fee-based program which requires a free one-hour intake session prior to registration. To schedule an intake and for more information about this and other programs, please call us at[masked]

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