Intellectual Disability
Developmental Delay


It was an obvious need that led to a courageous decision in the early 1950s, when St. Joseph’s opened its residence to serve children who were diagnosed with Intellectual Disability. Over the next several decades the program grew in both scope and reputation.

Deeply rooted in the Catholic tradition that all life is sacred, these services celebrate the beauty and individuality of each person served, while challenging his or her potential. Today, a recognized leader in the care of people with special needs, St. Joseph’s offers outpatient therapy, in-home and community-based assistance, adult day programs, and expanded residential services for both children and adults.

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Residential Services

Through both Intermediate Care Facilities and Community Living Arrangements, individualized, around-the-clock care is available to both children and adults diagnosed with Intellectual Disability.

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Early Intervention Services

This family-based program sends teachers and therapists to private homes or care centers to work with infants and young children who have developmental delays.

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Community Support Services

Offering a variety of programming designed to support families in their choice to keep a family member with special needs living at home.

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Outpatient Therapy Services

A full team of therapists is available for evaluation and treatment. They are all professionals, experienced in working with both children and adults who have either a developmental delay or a diagnosis of Intellectual Disability.

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Adult Day Services

The year-round Adult Day Training Program offers social and habilitative opportunities to individuals diagnosed with Intellectual Disability.