RESPITE WAIVER FUNDING ACCEPTED!
We are already planning 2023 programming. Participation is limited – reserve your spot today using the online application below!
ILE Online Application
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ILE Online ApplicationPlease complete all required fields or your application will not be processed. After you SUBMIT, please scroll down to verify that your form has been processed and a confirmation has been received.
Glade Run’s Independent Living Experience offers an innovative opportunity for young adults with autism and/or intellectual disabilities to experience living away from home for six days. Young adults will gain confidence and understanding of their true abilities. During this six day stay, participants will be engaged in several different activities designed to increase social skills, promote adult readiness, build on employment skills, and encourage independence. Each day has a specific focus but also includes morning and evening activities, self-care time, group activity, meal preparation, and physical exercise.
Glade Run’s Independent Living Experience is designed for individuals diagnosed with autism and/or intellectual disability that are between the ages 18-35 years, have the ability to self-administer all medications, and those who have the ability to navigate the community with support at a 1:5 ratio. This is an unique opportunity for young adults and/or intellectual disabilities to experience independence!
How can applicants pay for I.L.E.?
– Waiver Funding (call your Supports Coordinator)
– Apply for a Scholarship (scholarship form available online)
– ESY (Extended School Year) (talk to your school district)
– Private Pay (payment plans available)
For waiver funding, your Supports Coordinators (SC) will need to know:
I.L.E. is a Respite Camp, 24 Hours, Eligible Day
Glade Run Lutheran Services: 100754254
Needs Based Scholarship Application