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Our goal is very simple - helping people with autism spectrum disorder and other developmental disabilities to live a valued, rich life in the community. What does that mean? It means all people can live in their own homes; all people can work in real jobs; all people can develop friendships and membership in the community; all children can learn together and develop relationships and friendships.
The bottom line motto- we are better together!!
Jay Nolan Community Services has three distinct services
1) we support adults with autism sprectum disorder and other developmental disabilities to live in their own homes with whatever support is needed
2) we support adults with autism spectum disorder and other developmental disabilities to work in real jobs next to people without disabilities; to make money, to consider owning their own business;
3) we support children and adolescents with autism spectrum disorder and othe developmental disabilities to remain in their homes with their parents and brothers and sisters; to be involved in the community, to develop relationships, to join clubs, organizations and social networks.
- Jeffrey Strully
- (818) 361-6400
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