• boy on swing at indoor play area Horton Hall is designed with our youngest students in mind. So they can be closely monitored at all times, the girls wing and boys wing are open rooms, with all beds visible at a glance. There’s an indoor play area, as well as outdoor play equipment just outside the back door.

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  • Female students watch TV in the living room Elliott Cottages 1, 2, 3, & 4 were built for the older students. Individual bedrooms are various sizes…offering privacy for one to three students per room. Each cottage also has a kitchen and 2 living room areas where students relax watching TV, playing games, or using computers.  As our student population changes, the cottages are used by varying ages and programs.

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  • Female student outstretches arms, showing large new kitchen Alfa-Daniels is our newest dorm (2006), housing our oldest female students. Designed to serve our more physically challenged students, it has state-of-the art equipment to maneuver students to and from wheelchairs. Bedrooms are single or double occupancy, with pairs of rooms sharing a bathroom Jack-and-Jill style.  This building also has a grand kitchen, living area, and game room for the students to enjoy.

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  • teen male student folding laundry The Independent Living House & Apartments are designed to mimic real-world living spaces, currently home to some of our oldest male students. Here our young men have ample space to practice skills with food preparation, cooking, laundry, home care, and safety to name a few.

     

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