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Services for Multiple Disabilities

Our expert staff has a broad range of experience and because Oak Hill is constantly expanding, we can accommodate the unique needs of people with intellectual disability with one or more of the following conditions:

Adult woman in wheelchairSome of the conditions we specialize in include:

  • Alzheimer’s Disease
  • Autism Spectrum Disorder
  • Blindness and Low Vision
  • Cerebral Palsy
  • Deafness and Hearing Loss
  • Down syndrome
  • Encephalopathy
  • Fetal Alcohol syndrome
  • Macular Degeneration
  • Intellectual Disabilities
  • Muscular Dystrophy
  • Prader-Willi syndrome
  • Retina Pigmentosa
  • Spinal Muscular Atrophy
  • Wolf-Hirschorn Disease

Our services include in-home and community-based housing, birth to three and day services; community-based education and employment; assistive technology; healthy relationships; arts and recreation.

Programs for People with Multiple Disabilities

Children and Teens

Adults and Seniors

How do I get started?

Call us today at (860) 242-2274 or email us at info@OakHillCT.org.


Daquan's Story

When Daquan came to us, he was a scared, angry and frustrated nine-year-old boy. Born with intellectual and developmental disabilities, Daquan had no parental involvement. He had been moved from one hospital to another, he would exert what control he had by acting out and being uncooperative.

As time progresses, Daquan developed positive relationships with the classroom staff and was motivated to work. While before a staff person was at his side to keep him on task, now he wants to show that he can work independently. He is gaining confidence, pride, articulation and a very caring side. Daquan just needed a supportive and secure environment to show his true colors.

At Oak Hill School, we believe that each student, regardless of the severity of his or her disability, can make progress."

— Oak Hill School teacher

Sam's Story

Sam suffered a stroke, which left him with little ability to communicate, making it hard to understand him. His frustration grew to the point where the family had to build him his own apartment over the garage because they said, "we can’t live with him." The family sought help of the NEAT Center at Oak Hill and learned of an augmentative communication device, a device that could speak for Sam.

Within a month, Sam had his new communication device, was speaking up a storm, and had moved back into the house. His ability to once again communicate with his family provided Sam with a sense of independence and self-esteem that is priceless.

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120 Holcomb Street
Hartford, CT 06112

(860) 242-2274
(860) 286-3113 TTY
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Oak Hill sets the standard, partnering with people with disabilities, to provide services and solutions promoting independence, education, health and dignity.