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Guide to Bancroft’s Continuum of Programs
 

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Bancroft provides a wide range of programs for people with autism, brain injuries and other intellectual or developmental disabilities. This brochure offers a quick guide to Bancroft's major programs, ...

Bancroft provides a wide range of programs for people with autism, brain injuries and other intellectual or developmental disabilities. This brochure offers a quick guide to Bancroft's major programs, across the lifespan and at various levels of independence.
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    Guide to Bancroft’s Continuum of Programs Guide to Bancroft’s Continuum of Programs Presentation Transcript

    • Guide to Bancroft’sheadquarters425 Kings Highway East, PO Box 20Haddonfield, NJ 08033-0018 USAFor more informationTo learn more about Bancroft programs forpeople with autism, acquired brain injuriesor other intellectual or developmentaldisabilities, or to apply for admission, Continuum of Programsplease call:Toll-free: (800) 774-5516TTY: (856) 428-2697Email: inquiry@bancroft.orgOr visit www.bancroft.orgBancroft, a New Jersey Non-ProfitCorporation, admits children and adults ofany race, color, religion, national or ethnicorigin to all programs, activities, rights andprivileges generally provided to peopleserved by the organization. © 2012 Bancroft | All rights reserved Continuum Guide Nov 12www.bancroft.org
    • Guide to Bancroft’s Since its founding in1883, Bancroft has grown from Bancroft Program Key Continuum of Programs a tiny school to a multifaceted organization serving n  Bancroft programs for people with autism or other intellectual or people of all ages, at sites in New Jersey, Pennsylvania developmental disabilities Toll-free: (800) 774-5516 and Delaware. Please keep this guide for convenient  Email: inquiry@bancroft.org Services for all ages and every level of need reference to all major Bancroft programs. n Bancroft Brain Injury Rehabilitation Online: www.bancroft.org n  Education Services and Support Special Age 0-7 3-9 5-21 Age 21+ 40-80+ n Intervention Early n Contracted n Bancroft School The n Injury Home and  Brain n In-Home Services n Community Vocational n Program n Services n Education Programs) (Special Community Ages 21+ Services/Employment Support Ages 0-3 Ages 3-21 Ages 5-21 Ages 21+ Ages 21+Community setting Community setting Individualized rehabilitation at one’s A menu of highly individual- home, job or other community site. ized services, such as be- A range of instruction and Education and therapies for infants Hands-on services for public schools, Comprehensive Focus on maximizing independence havioral support, life-skills supports that help adults a  nd toddlers with developmental private agencies and families, special education and and community re-integration. instruction, companionship, obtain and maintain jobs d  elays or disabilities provided on-site and in-home behavioral intervention, and respite care for families Regional in the community Regional Regional emphasizing functional Regional skills, communication, Regional community participation, vocational training and n Injury Day Treatment  Brain Services n Campus/Satellite n Butterflies Little n Education Early career exploration Ages 21+ Day Programs for Adults n Daycare Program n Program Haddonfield, N.J. Ages 21+ Ages 0-7 Ages 3-9 Structured learning programs featuring a variety of functional, meaningful and therapeutic activities, from job sampling to volunteering, social-skills instruction to computer classes Brick | Cherry Hill | Mullica Hill, N.J. Coordinated rehabilitation including physical, occupational and speech therapy, cognitive rehabilitation, Structured, educational Intensive school for individual and family counseling, n Adult Residential Services n Judith B. Flicker daycare program for young children with autism, n enabling most graduates n Bancroft School The vocational support Ages 21+ Residences children with and without n Voorhees Pediatric Facility at Ages 40-80+ to return to their home Brick | Cherry Hill | Plainsboro, N.J. developmental delays Ages 3-21 school districtB a n c r o f t fa c i l i t y B a n c r o f t fa c i l i t y Haddon Heights, N.J. Cherry Hill, N.J. n Injury Residential  Brain Rehabilitation Ages 21+ n Children and Youth Residential Services • Community | ages 7-21 An array of therapeutic, supervised homes and apartments, on campus A residential and day • Transitional Campus | ages 5-21 Special-education school and in the community. Support program for older adults, • Lindens (intensive behavioral) | ages 5-21 located within a leading ranges from 24-hour awake emphasizing recreation, A range of therapeutic, supervised pediatric care facility, for staffing, to highly independent socialization and overall homes and apartments on-campus students with complex Full range of campus- and community- living with periodic staff check-ins. quality of life and in the community medical needs based homes and apartments designed Southern N.J. | Central N.J. Voorhees, N.J. Southern N.J. Voorhees, N.J. for varying levels of independence and Delaware | Southeastern Pa. offering an array of rehabilitation services Southern & Central N.J.