Adult Services

New adults horizontalChildren 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 is an adult habilitation program that provides training and support to enable and increase independent functioning, communication, socialization, community integration, self-direction, and responsibility. Classes are held Monday through Friday, from 8:30 a.m. until 3:30 p.m 

Journey Academy offers an authentic community experience in a comfortable, controlled environment. Participants will learn hands on vocational skills in a real life setting. Activities include volunteer, leisure and work related outings as well as activities in the building.

Details Matter is a mobile car wash business that Glenwood started to serve as a vocational opportunity for adults with autism served by Glenwood. Adults are given the opportunity to provide a service to their community, develop important vocational skills and earn a paycheck. 

Adult Residences : provide 24-hour residential care focused on each person’s unique needs. Residential services provide care, supervision, and skills training in activities of daily living, home management, and community integration. There are currently 18 homes  on campus and in the community.

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