have been identified with autism spectrum disorder (ASD)
with autism between 19-30 years of age are living at home
to design, build, acquire and manage residential facilities that will assist adults with autism transition from at-home living into a supported and supervised long-term living environment.
It takes a village to raise a child, particularly a child with ASD. And chances are someone in your community can use your support. Help us make a difference that will last a lifetime!
It seems like yesterday I was pushing my son, Spencer, on the backyard swing. Now he is fifteen, and I ask myself, “Where does the time go?” More importantly I ask, “What does his future hold?” Nightlight Foundation offers hope that the transition to adulthood will allow my son and others like him to live independently and be successful.