Activities for Nonverbal Autistic Adults

Boston University reports that as many as one in three people with an autism diagnosis cannot communicate verbally. These men and women have a great deal to say, and they often want to participate in normal activities with their family members and friends. Consider the following safe, supporting and engaging activities for nonverbal autistic adults […]

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Intellectual Disability Treatment & Management For Young Adults

An intellectual disability can create limitations for individuals and their families. While many people with intellectual disabilities can manage okay physically – many even holding jobs and more – they can still face many challenges when it comes to daily living. From a caretaker’s point of view, it’s often frustrating and overwhelming. What can you do […]

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11 Terrific Activities for Physically Disabled Adults

Individuals with a disability deserve a high quality of life just like anyone else. But, finding activities for those who have physical challenges is not easy to do. Physical activity is critical to the wellbeing of every person, including individuals who have disabilities.   The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention notes that, for […]

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What is a CL Waiver?

A community living (CL) waiver, previously known as an intellectual disability (ID) waiver, is designed to provide individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities access to support and services in their area. CL waiver services include: workplace assistance community coaching in-home support skilled nursing services assistive technology In general, a CL waiver is intended to provide […]

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