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About Adult & Transition Age Services

As individuals with autism transition into adulthood, they face new challenges related to employment, independent living, and social engagement. Our resource library provides information on services and programs designed to support adults with autism, including day programs, vocational training, supported employment, and social skills groups. We also provide information on legal and financial planning options for families preparing for their loved one's transition into adulthood


The Arc of San Antonio - Life Enrichment

  • 210.490.4300

  • 13430 West Avenue, San Antonio, TX 78216

  • 6530 Wurzbach, San Antonio, TX 78240

Beach House Arts Day School

CALAB Activity Center

  • 210.647.0191

  • 6470 Heath RD., San Antonio, TX 78250

  • Vocational Program, Day Habilitation, HCS Services and other services offered.

Educare Community Living Corporation

  • 210.979.7009

  • 3700 Belgium Lane, SA TX 78219

  • Business Office & Day Habilitation

Helping Hands – UUMC

  • 210.696.1033

  • 5084 De Zavala Rd., San Antonio, TX 78230

  • Helping hands is a part of the special needs ministry at University United Methodist Church. Helping hands is a pre-vocational day habilitation program that serves higher functioning adults with special needs who need a place to grow, develop skills, and establish life-long friendships. Helping Hands offers daily tasks and activities to adults who have intellectual and developmental challenges.

Homelife And CommunityServices; Inc

  • 210.736.3334

  • 2401 Wilson Blvd, San Antonio, TX 78228

  • A Home and Community Based Services (HCS) provider agency; must have Medicaid and be registered through AACOG (Alamo Area Council of Governments) to qualify for services with this agency. Offers community support; day habilitation; respite; employment assistance; individual competitive employment; dental and nursing services; physical therapy; dietary services; counseling and day habilitation summer camp; serves Bexar County residence of all ages.

Mission Road Ministries - Adult Programs

  • 210.924.9265

  • 8706 Mission RD, San Antonio, TX 78214

  • Mission Road Ministries provides residential; day service; employment guidance and vocational programs for adults with intellectual and other developmental disabilities (IDD). To qualify for assistance; individuals must have a diagnosed IDD and have Medicaid. Private pay is also an option for Non-Medicaid clients; to request assistance; call Monday - Friday 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM.

Mother Earth Adult Daycare

  • 210.691.1778

  • 8464 Barron RD, SA TX 78240

  • Mother Earth Adult Day Care is a non-residential facility providing exceptional health care services to Adults 18 and older, Individuals with medical and mental health needs, those requiring daily nursing intervention. Medicaid constituents who have a disability are qualified. Private pay is also accepted.

RMI (Reaching Maximum Independence)

  • 210.656.6674

  • 6336 Montgomery Drive, SA, TX 78239

  • HCS/ICF-MR/Private Pay Life Enrichment Center

SAFIRE (San Antonio Fitness, Independent and Recreational Environment)

  • 210.236.7662

  • 11111 Iota Dr, SA, TX 78217

  • No more sitting around all summer wondering what is available for your individual with intellectual disabilities age 14+. Each day SAFIRE will offer large group recreation games, individual workout programs and a social experience like no other; must be able to function in a 1:8 ratio of staff to clients and participate in small group games appropriately. Cost: $125.00 weekly. Summer Camp: Daily Weekly or Monthly Enrollment, extended hours available.

SA Life Academy

  • 210.382.1247

  • St. Andrews UMC 722 Robinhood Place, San Antonio, TX 78209

  • Relationship building, academics, community involvement, sound mind and body and expressive creativity. For applicants 18 years and older.

Seniors 2000


Easter Seal Rehabilitation Head Injury & New Beginnings Program

San Antonio Lighthouse

  • 210.533.5195

  • 2305 Roosevelt, San Antonio, TX 78210

  • Vocational services for visually impaired

Southwind Fields

  • 210.526.1567

  • 6851 Citizens Parkway Suite 224 San Antonio, TX 78229

  • The Southwind City Locals program is designed for men and women of a wide variety of abilities. Whether living in their own place, or at home with a caregiver, a Southwind Local Advisor will come to them. If living at home is what's best for now, we'll help build skills to reach new levels of independence towards tailor made goals. City Locals already living in the community, may stay in their current place of residence, should they choose to do so. Those moving to the area, or who would like to relocate, may reside in an affordable Southwind partnership apartment complex, maintaining their own lease agreements, while enjoying the fellowship and community of living alongside other Southwind City Locals. City Locals receive basic case management services from our City Local Advisors, who will check in several times weekly to assess health & safety of the living environment, bus training (if appropriate), assistance with assuring bills are paid on time (if applicable), and the offer of assistance for financial management, employment search and retention (if applicable), medical needs, personal care, and independent living skills training.

Workacccess, Inc

  • 830.714.9280

  • Oak Meadow Methodist Church

  • 2740 Hunters Green, San Antonio, TX 78213

  • Youth and adult program provide work training and placements, with selfemployment support. Early childhood program for children with special needs.

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