Services for Adults
QSAC's Day Habilitation program is person-centered and helps develop consumer choice and the skills necessary for individuals to learn to become active and participating members of their own homes and communities.
High School Equivalency Diploma Program (NEDP)
NEDP is a nationally and state-recognized computer-based assessment program for motivated out-of-school youth (18 years and older) and adults with life and work experience.
Our Housing Advocacy Program provides housing advocacy services for Brooklyn-based individuals and families with autism/developmental disabilities. The program utilizes an approach consistent with the values of Social Work to assist in managing housing needs and put such supports in place to minimize the probability of future housing challenges.
Pre-High School Equivalency Program (Applied Reading, Writing, and Math)
QSAC's pre-high school equivalency (pre-HSE) program provides classes that help young adults and adults with autism and other intellectual and developmental disabilities improve their reading, writing, and math skills.
QSAC Residential programs feature Individualized Residential Alternatives and Intermediate Care Facilities that offer home environments that foster independence, community integration, individualization, and productivity.
QSAC's Self-Advocacy Group meets every two weeks. Through the advocate-led group, advocates have opportunities to socialize while discussing pertinent issues and learning valuable skills. Participants learn how to advocate for their rights and the rights of others with autism.