Our Shire House Transitional Residential Program teaches our clients to understand and manage their diagnosis and any other underlying issues so to reach their particular level of self-management.
We provide guidance and support our clients through any educational or employment path they might have chosen to undertake.
Our clients are expected to be working and or attending school within a reasonable timeframe the professionals working with the client deem as appropriate.
We run our residential program out of a large house with a co-ed college dorm setting which can accommodate six clients at a time.
Our residential program is supported by a Program Director, Social Mentors, and an Academic and Employment support Staff, a Physical Fitness Coach, any other professional deemed necessary, and a weekly Social Opportunity in which other young adults from within our Autism community participate.
We provide guidance and the supports needed as a client transitions out of Shire House to their particular independent living setting.