Our living systems exist to push and invite our community participants to experience the outer boundaries of joy and flourishing.
No support need is too great. No behavior is too intense or potentially harmful.
“SLS offers a highly interactive, human-centered project, creating housing, employment, recreation, learning, outreach and more. The May Institute is pleased to partner with SLS in developing this unique, groundbreaking approach for adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities.”Dr. Lauren SolotarCEO, May Institute
SLS Community champions the inclusion of people with disabilities.
STEWART PLACE HOME AND FARM
Located in West Fayetteville, Stewart Place is a micro-concept of larger projects. It creates meaningful work for adults with disabilities, cultivating inclusion, and decreasing the cost of living for a select number of residents. Residents are benefiting from the Flourish Model.
This particular residence offers behavioral support through Applied Behavioral Analysis and best practices in clinical management.