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 Rose House helps young adults with developmental disabilities pursue full, active lives by providing them and their families with:
- Innovative choices for living and learning
- Opportunities for independent living to the full extent of one’s ability and desire
- Individual–based support in navigating program and living options
- 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