Adults with Developmental Disabilities

Most people may struggle to understand how adults with developmental disabilities prefer to live their lives.  Susan L. Babin, author of “Home, Sweet Home” (IMPACT; feature issue on Supported Living (1995), published by the Institute on Community Integration) captured the essence of this perfectly:

”We all want the same basic things out of life:  a decent and comfortable place to call ’home’, something meaningful to do during the day, some close friends with whom to share the good times and from whom we receive support in difficult times, and the opportunity to make our own decisions about things that will affect our personal lives.”

Serving the total person, Wexner Heritage Village offers specialized programs and housing for individuals with developmental disabilities to help them reach their potential in leading a meaningful and fulfilling life. 

Federal, state, county and private funding provides financial support for adults with developmental disabilities.  
For more information about Wexner Heritage Village housing options for adults with developmental disabilities, call 614-231-4900

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