Our community-based support services are inclusive of the full spectrum, offer a high staff:client ratio determined by need. We help our clients create customized goals based on their desired adult life. We currently have 4 different support services:
1. Transition Academy – A 2 year residential program for high functioning young adults with ASD or similar neurodiversities that are motivated to live independently and gain employment. Clients are taught skills in the classroom and applied in the home.
2. Enrich – Support services inclusive of a broader range of ASD. Takes place in the college town of Denton with partnerships at UNT and TWU. Our Enrichment support services are designed to model a typical adult life. One that occurs in the community and is supported by strong & meaningful social connections and relationships.
3. Employment services: we work with TWC as a vendor to offer job placement/job coaching/ supported employment/work readiness and vocational adjustment training.
4. Club 29: a Dallas and Denton monthly social gathering on Thursday and Friday nights for DFW community members with neurodiversity.
Our supportive living community includes a community center/pool, an outdoor grill/eating space, game room, fitness center, walking/biking path, 1 acre garden, and an abundance of green space.
Residents will rent a private room and bathroom and share communal space (Kitchen, Living Room, Dining Room, Laundry Room). Rent will be inclusive of all utilities.
Residents will also pay a community fee which will include optional, scheduled social/educational and recreational opportunities, scheduled transportation, concierge service, use of all amenities on-site, and security.
Additional direct support while living at 29 Acres can be provided by the service provider of the residents choice and be paid for using public or private funding.
To learn more about 29 Acres support services or living community please go to www.29acres.org or email firstname.lastname@example.org.