Everyone can live a more independent life!
Amity Care provides the support services and housing options that enable adults with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) and intellectual disabilities to live as independently as possible. With brotherly love and quality care, we empower adults to take care of themselves, learn new skills, gain employment, socialize with peers and enjoy being part of the community where they live.
At Amity Care, we understand the impact of autism and intellectual disabilities on the lives of individuals and their loved ones. We also believe that individuals have untapped potential to live more fully if they have access to the support services that meet their needs. We treat our clients and their families with compassion and respect. They rely on us as a trusted resource.
Amity Care goes beyond providing direct services to provide leadership in the Pennsylvania autism community and promote social change. We advocate and educate on behalf of the disadvantaged populations we serve. We also develop innovative technology that we leverage to increase the value of the services we provide.
Featured Program: Fresh Start
For adults who want to take care of themselves
Amity Care developed the Fresh Start program to address the unmet needs that prevent adults from living on their own in the community — close to family members, potential employers and places to shop, dine and socialize.
Our Life Skills Coaches support Fresh Start program participants, based on their level of need, to live the most independent life they can safely handle now, while building the skills to become increasingly independent over time.
Families get access to an app for Apple or Android devices through which they can access regular updates about their loved one and support him or her in achieving goals.
Amity Care Services
Behavioral Specialist Consultation
In-home 24-hour Support Services
In-home Occupational Therapy
Respite Care In-home and Out of Home
In-home Registered Nurse Services
In-home Licensed Practical Nurse Services
Job Assessment and Job Finding
What support coordinators and parents are saying