Empowering Adults With Differences, Focusing on Autism
Noah's Ark Communities- A Place to Call Home
Noah’s Ark Communities raises awareness to the needs of those who are neuro-diverse, and create opportunities for safe housing and employment with the support of full-time, salaried health care staff, and other professionals to assist in the daily activities of its residents. These professionals will provide assistance for the unique challenges facing neuro-diverse individuals. Noah’s Ark Communities will affiliate its program with other similarly-motivated programs which provide facilities for individuals with special needs.
Our mission is to provide a safe & residential living, learning, and work environment to individuals living with developmental differences, generally with a focus on the autistic spectrum disorder. We will develop residential villages nationally, serving about 120 individuals each. Noah’s Ark Communities, as a concept, takes its inspiration from Paul Newman’s “Hole in the Wall” charity that has helped us in many ways, from Gould Farm- a unique therapeutic farm in Massachusetts, and from Noah’s Ark of Central Florida. Residents of Noah’s Ark Communities typically will be age twenty-one and over because state-provided benefits are generally terminated when an individual reaches such age.