The Autism Services program enables individuals with autism to function as meaningfully and independently as possible in their homes and community, while providing their families with the strategies and resources necessary to assist their children in reaching their maximum potential. Autism Services provides individual support, respite care, family training and transition planning into adult services.
The Community and Employment Partners (CEP) program is designed to support adults with disabilities to live and work as independently as possible in their communities. CEP supports individuals interested in living independently to gain the life skills essential for finding and maintaining a job that fits their individual needs and skills, maintaining a home, budget, health and happiness.
The Epilepsy Services program serves individuals, families and the greater community with epilepsy education, information and referral services, assistance with medical issues, advocacy, support groups and scholarship support.
Healthy Families Baltimore County offers in-home support to expectant families and new parents. Services are designed to assist families with developing supportive, enriching parenting practices that will help children grow to realize their fullest potential.
Project ACT stands for All Children Together. Its goal is to make it possible for families, child care professionals, and other education and service agencies, to collaborate in successfully including children of all abilities in community settings.
The Senior Services program provides supports to individuals in the community. The Senior Services program offers a Speaker Series which includes a range of educational topics related to the health and wellbeing of seniors. In addition, our Move Management Services is a fee-based program which assists seniors as they navigate their way into and through retirement living options and choices, from identifying a community that meets their needs, to completely organizing, packing and settling into their new home.