Progress provides a variety of services to people with intellectual disabilities and associated diagnoses such as downs syndrome, autism, or cerebral palsy. An individual may also express other behavioral and medical problems which require extra assistance to be successful in the community. Progress works to empower each of these individuals with the skills and direction vital to achieve that person's vision by providing unique supports and facilitating personal choices toward the realization of the individual goals at home, at work and in the community. At Progress, we strive to make quality of life as full, rich, and independent as possible.
Progress offers residential and respite services designed to help individuals live on their own or with one or two others plus staff support. Click here for more information.
Progress offers a variety of programming during the day for people with intellectual disabilities, including a day program, supported employment, and community-based services. Click here for more information.