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Adult Community Autism Program (ACAP)
The Adult Community Autism Program (ACAP) can help men and women develop the skills they need to reach their goals and participate meaningfully in their community. ACAP is a program of the Bureau of Autism Services, with services provided by Keystone Autism Services, and it is designed specifically for adults with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD).
ACAP offers a wide array of supports and services. Whether adults have complex needs in many areas of their life or they need only a few supports, ACAP's services will be tailored to each person's specific needs. Because services are flexible, they can be readily modified as a person's needs change over time.
Services are comprehensive and individualized, incorporating health, behavioral, vocational, educational, recreational, and family considerations. Most importantly, each person's service plan is developed based on his or her strengths, capabilities, dreams and aspirations.
Specific services and supports may include:
- Individualized service plans and comprehensive assessment
- Comprehensive health care services
- Social, recreational, volunteer and leisure activity support
- Employment and vocational support
- In-home support and supervision
- Habilitation, including activities to assist a person to participate in the community
- Family support, training and counseling services
- Transportation and mobility instruction
- Independent living supports
- Clinical and psychiatric services
- Counseling services
- Behavioral services
- 24-hour crisis service
- Dental services
- Assistive technology
- Non-medical transportation
If you have questions about ACAP's services, call Keystone Autism Services at 717-412-7400, Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. to speak to someone directly. You can also request more information online.
Read ACAP's eligibility requirements to find out if you are eligible for this new program.