Our Services

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No two people are alike, so no two care plans should be alike, either. At Tadd’s Lighthouse, each care regimen is carefully customized for the individual based on his or her needs, goals, and circumstances.

Our staff is state-certified and expertly trained in the latest in modern care, and works with the entire disciplinary team—including the individual, family, social services, and medical professionals—to design a holistic treatment plan that nurtures the patient’s mind, body, and spirit.

And because all cases are different, we offer the option for individuals to live in one of our specialized residences to  or to remain in their own home. No matter what, the quality of the care we provide will be unparalleled. And it will be done in a loving, supporting, family-based environment.

Community Residential

We work with an individual’s entire support team to design a custom care plan based on his or her specific needs. We treat our clients like family, because when they’re here, they are.

Areas of expertise include
  • Autism Spectrum Disorders
  • Brain Injury
  • Developmental Disabilities
  • Huntington’s Disease
  • Mental Health
Proud to support individuals through
  • Behavioral Support
  • Crisis Respite
  • Foster Care Services (Adult)
  • Independent Living Skills Training
  • Personal Support
  • Residential Habilitation (Adult and Children)
    • Supported Living Services
    • In Home Family Supports
  • Respite Care
    • Out of Home Respite Care (Adult)
    • In Home Respite Care (Adults and Children)
Our service highlights include
Some of our service highlights include:
  • 24-hour care and medical monitoring from state-licensed staff
  • Collaboration with the entire interdisciplinary team
  • Family-based care in a supportive, safe environment
  • Customized plans to maximize individuality and opportunity for growth
  • Comprehensive treatment throughout the entire process
  • Behavioral, medication, and financial management
  • Recreational and transportation services