Adult Services

Vista Adult Services

Empowering Adults to Live Independently

Vista Adult Services makes it possible for adults with autism to experience independent living and obtain competitive employment.

Our Mission

Maximize the potential of adults living with autism so that he or she, to the greatest extent possible, participates in living a fulfilling and productive life.

Residential Services

Check out our about page to learn about the enrollment process and see frequently asked questions.

Residential Services

Community Integration Center

The Community Integration Center (CIC) serves as a springboard for individuals with autism to maximize their potential. A Community Integration Supervisor coordinates operations and establishes new community partners and life skills instructors. Through this program, participants are empowered to select activities of their choice on a daily basis.

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Behavior Support Services

At Vista, we know that autism doesn’t end after school. That’s why we offer behavior support services to make the transition from school to adult life as easy as possible.

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Employment Services

We believe that every person is employable. We work closely with adults with autism to help them find competitive employment.

Employment Services

Making Autism Manageable for Adults

Learn how Vista helps adults with autism maximize their potential.

Vista Events

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Jul 10

PA ABLE Webinar – July 10

Wednesday, July 10, 2019 - Online
Aug 14

PA ABLE Webinar – August 14

Wednesday, August 14, 2019 - Online
Sep 13

Enchanted Forest Fall Formal

Friday, September 13, 2019 - Christian Life Assembly
Oct 03

Save the Date – Vision for the Future

Thursday, October 3, 2019 - Forest Room, Keystone Building

Vista News / Stories

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Early Intervention Has a New Location

Check out the PennLive and Central Penn Parent articles about our Early Intervention’s new location in Middletown, PA.

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Vista on CBS 21 News

Check out Vista on CBS 21 News discussing the legislative action needed for adults with autism. “…in 1999, 1 in 10,000 kids were diagnosed with autism. And…

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