Autism Day Services

Social, educational, and vocational solutions for adults with autism.

 

Transitioning from the school environment into the outside world can be a daunting challenge for teens and young adults with autism and their families. Advocates’ Autism Day Services are specially designed for this phase of life, encouraging independence through paths to employment and opportunities for young adults to successfully contribute to the community.

Activities at the Life Skills & Learning Center include a unique combination of recreation, vocational training, and community engagement. The Advocates team partners with young adults and their families to develop a creative program plan that’s based on their vision, goals, and interests.

Whether it’s through cooking, arts, technology, exploring a new hobby or skill, or serving the community, Autism Day Services offers individuals a wide array of choices for enrichment, interaction, and activity as they navigate this transition into adulthood.

Eligibility

Autism Day Services are open to adults 18 and older on the autism spectrum. Our team works closely with local schools, the Department of Elementary and Secondary Education, and the Department of Developmental Services to meet the needs of each participant. Funding sources may include school districts, Department of Developmental Services, MassHealth, private pay, and others.

Related News/Updates

Nominate a family caregiver!

In honor of National Family Caregivers Month, join Advocates as we extend our appreciation to family caregivers who provide invaluable support and advocacy for their loved ones. Nominate a caregiver for the chance to win a $100 Visa gift card.

Life Skills and Learning Center Fall Update

I cannot believe summer is over and fall is coming to an end. There are many updates at Day Services! We welcomed four new staff to the program who are currently training and learning the ins and outs of Day Services. We've also recently shifted and added several staff positions and look forward to sharing more about those changes soon.