Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD)
Oak Hill offers a variety of services to help individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). ASD is distinguished by a wide variation of social, communication and behavioral deficits. Our programs address all of these developmental issues and help people with autism live fulfilling lives as independently as possible.
Through referrals from the State Department of Developmental Services Oak Hill is able to provide children and adults with a primary intellectual disability diagnosis and/or a secondary diagnosis of ASD, a wide continuum, of services such as: behavioral supports from BCBA’s, community-based housing, education and day programs, individual and family supports and relationship & sexuality education.
Our programs for children and adults with Autism focus on enabling individuals to live as independently as possible. We offer specialized housing, workplace training, assistive technology, social skill development, community integration, in home services, behavioral intervention and respite care.
Additional Oak Hill Programs Include:
Oak Hill School – Private state approved special education school creatively meeting the needs of each individual student.
Workplace and Skills Training – Learn job skills and life skills. Find employment and volunteer opportunities.
Housing – Residential custom-configured housing with professional and highly qualified support staff.
In-Home Supports – Community based skills, education for individuals with ASD living independently or with family.
Training for Caregivers – Find professional level courses and quick workshops specifically for caregivers and families through our NEAT Center.
Assistive Technology – Aids and equipment for learning and day-to-day tasks.
Relationship & Sexuality Education – A specialized curriculum created by Oak Hill staff for both individuals and their families.
Need Help Getting Started?
Call us today at (860) 242-2274 or email us at info@OakHillCT.org.
To address the needs of people with autism, the State of Connecticut Department of Developmental Services (DDS) has implemented the Division of Autism Spectrum Disorder Services. They may be reached by contacting (860) 418-6031.