The Rose House serves adults with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities (IDDs). IDDs can result from a number of different conditions, including (but not limited to) Down syndrome, Fragile X syndrome, and Autism Spectrum Disorders.
The Rose House envisions a world where people with developmental disabilities live as productive, contributing and accepted members of their communities.
We work toward a society where people accept one another for who they are; help one another to identify and enhance their natural skills and abilities; and provide one another with opportunities to grow and prosper.
The Mission of The Rose House is to enhance the lives of the special needs individuals we serve by offering them the opportunity to live, work, and socialize in the community to their fullest ability.
We create individualized programs that will enable consumers to achieve their greatest potential while allowing them to direct their own lives to the maximum extent possible.
- Developing an environment which values and promotes individual choice based on one's goals, abilities, and desire
- Offering programs which help develop skills and knowledge our clients need to participate in all of life's opportunities, including employment, education and recreation
- Creating a variety of residential living options which promote personal choices and growth and provide a wide variety of choices for community involvement and socialization
- Involving families and neighbors in a rich fabric of community interaction