Harc provides a full array of supports and services, as well as respite for people with I/DD and their families throughout North Central Connecticut.
Services begin at birth and continue throughout the life span:
- Early Intervention – Birth to Three: Assists families and caregivers to meet infants’ and toddlers’ developmental and health-related needs. This can include a broad range of services for children with Autism.
- Bulova Center: Provides meaningful activities in various domains, including physical/occupational therapy, educational, social opportunities to connect with others, leisure, and more.
- Employment Services: Include employment opportunities in the community, employment skill building, competitive employment, and interview/resume development at our Employment Readiness Center (ERC).
- Life Enrichment: Supports the complex needs of aging adults with I/DD with dignity while providing the opportunity to stay active and meaningfully engaged.
- Residential Services: Provide supports to people in their homes. Supports are individualized to meet the needs of the person.
- Family Support: Assists families who have their loved one living with them through home support, respite, recreation, summer camp, weekend camp, information, support, and advocacy.
Harc’s supports bridge the gap between people’s abilities and their pursuit of happiness at home, at work, in school, and in the community.