Sedona Lago is the beginning of a new chapter for the city of Sedona and neurodiverse populations from across the nation and around the world.
With the addition of the Sedona Lago Gardens residential community and the Transitions Program, Sedona will become internationally renowned as a congenial, safe place where neurodiverse individuals can thrive with acceptance, compassion, and a deeper understanding than other metropolitan areas.
Each home offers its own distinctive design and architecture, including a Southwest Hacienda home, a Tuscan-style home, and an upscale mountain cabin. The fourth home is of midcentury modern design built by the renowned architect Howard Madole, who was influenced by Frank Lloyd Wright.
Sedona Lago Gardens community residents come and go as they wish. There are 24/7 safety and resource persons and life coaches who are accessible. Each luxury home accommodates up to four residents with various living options, including private or semi-private rooms and suites. In addition, common areas, such as living rooms, game rooms, kitchens, laundry, patios, decks, swimming pools, and exercise rooms are shared between the residents.
A professional chef provides delicious dining and original culinary delights six times per week. Sedona Lago Gardens residents are encouraged and coached on how to socialize and make meals together. Residents can also cook for themselves in each household.