Children with autism become adults with autism. Glenwood boasts the only service of its kind in Alabama to serve adults with autism. Adults with autism share the common human goals of being respected members of the community, participating in activities of interest, maintaining valuable relationships and living as independently as possible. The services they need to succeed can be as varied as the people themselves. That is why Glenwood offers multi-faceted Adult Services programs to help adults live, work and learn in environments that are best suited for their individual needs.
Glenwood’s Adult Services include the day program, residential programs and community support
The Sullivan Center: offers an adult day program in addition to an art therapy program and horticulture therapy program
Adult Residences : Carolyn Court, Blanford House, Donita House, Ireland House, Jernigan House, Meyer House, Sumar House, Crestwood Community Homes, Mitchell House, Mott-Webb House, Chestnut House, Parkland Place, and Bluff Park Promise Home.