Services for Intellectual Disabilities
Our programs for people with intellectual disabilities focus on enabling individuals to live as independently as possible. We offer specialized housing, workplace training and assistive technology.
Workplace and Skills Training
Learn job skills and life skills. Find employment and volunteer opportunities.
Find more information on our Professional Development.
Houses and apartments, custom-configured and staffed for people with intellectual disabilities.
Find more information on our Residential Programs.
Therapy and support for people with intellectual disabilities living independently or with family.
Find more information on our In-Home Services.
Summer camp for children and adults with intellectual disabilities.
Find more information on our Summer Camp.
Training for Caregivers
Find professional level courses and quick workshops specifically for caregivers and families through our NEAT Center.
Find more information on NEAT Center.
Contact us for an application.
Aids and equipment for learning and day-to-day tasks.
Find more information on Assistive Technology.
Relationship & Sexuality Education
Courses and workbooks for both individuals and their families.
Find more information on our CRSE Program.
State HCB Waiver Information
Oak Hill is a recognized private provider by the State of Connecticut’s Home and Community Based Services Comprehensive Waiver and Individual and Family Supports Waiver through the Department of Developmental Services (DDS)
Learn About DDS
"Everyone loves Ray," says Beth Wiblyi, group home manager, Oak Hill Residential Services. "He is so agreeable and loving and he is responsive too. He enjoys just about everything we do here and he is one reason that it really feels like family."
(Ray has Wolf-Hirschhorn Disease, a syndrome in which part of chromosome number four is missing and in which the person bears several congenital anomalies and experiences severely delayed mental and physical development. Ray took his first independent steps at age thirteen and today, he is an energetic cyclist, climbing aboard his adapted bike and wheeling enthusiastically around his group home.)