EDENWALD CENTER, FOUNDED IN 1940, IS HOME TO 139 BOYS AND GIRLS WITH BEHAVIORAL AND COGNITIVE DIFFICULTIES AND A FULL SCALE I.Q. RANGE OF 50-79. EDENWALD ALSO SERVES SOME YOUTH WITH PERVASIVE DEVELOPMENTAL DISORDER AS WELL AS YOUTH ON THE AUTISM SPECTRUM (INCLUDING ASPERGERS). OTHER YOUTH MAY BE ADMITTED ON A CASE BY CASE BASIS. HIGHLY SUPERVISED AND SAFE COTTAGE LIVING FOCUSES ON TEACHING RESIDENTS LIFE SKILLS THAT FOSTER INDEPENDENCE AND IMPROVE RELATIONSHIPS WITH ADULTS AND PEERS SO THAT THEY MAY RETURN TO THE COMMUNITY AS QUICKLY AS POSSIBLE. YOUTH RECEIVE SUPPORT AROUND DEVELOPING SOCIAL SKILLS, ENHANCING DAILY LIVING SKILLS, AND PRACTICING MORE EFFECTIVE COPING SKILLS.
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