Newsletter | Spring 2020
Spring News & Updates
The Center at Hampton House provides a safe environment where individuals 14 and up with autism spectrum disorder or intellectual disabilities can participate in group programming or individual services designed to enhance technology expertise, social skills, independent living and employment skills which include both hard and soft skill development for workplace readiness. 
How Can We Help?

We understand that you and your child might be struggling during this stay at home order due to the COVID-19 lock-down. We want to help! Please fill out this quick survey so that we can plan our programs around your needs.

With all of the uncertainty in the world, we want you to know that we are here for you! We have created a resource page for parents, caregivers and individuals with autism to manage a variety of situations related to the current COVID-19 pandemic. This section will be changing as more information and resources become available, so check back often! COVID-19 Resources
Upcoming Events
We have rescheduled our annual Fashion Show for Sunday, September 13, 2020 12-4pm.

We have put our other workshops and social events on hold for now. We will get back to our regular schedule as soon as possible!

Tentative: July 12th Bowling at Pike Lanes. Check our website and Facebook page for updates.

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Student Spotlight
Brian Sharkey has excelled in his new job as a Landscape Design Assistant.
´╗┐Keep up the great work, Brian!
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Now an ODP Provider
The Center at Hampton House is proud to be an ODP Provider. This means that we can support individuals with disabilities, who have funding through the Person/Family Directed Services, Community Living and Consolidated waivers.

Learn more on our website: ODP Provider
We can use your help!
Your online donation will help provide scholarships to those in need of our Programs.
No amount is too small.
Please donate to The Center at Hampton House today!