Founded in 1969, Annandale Village is an award-winning, nationally recognized leader among nonprofit organizations dedicated solely to serving adults with intellectual disabilities and traumatic brain injuries.
Characteristically, individuals served at Annandale Village are 18 years of age or older with a primary diagnosis of an intellectual disability, Down syndrome, autism, cerebral palsy, other developmental disability, or have experienced a traumatic brain injury.
Annandale Village offers a comprehensive range of residential and non-residential programs to help men and women lead lives that reflect quality, value, self-worth, and achievement. Our programs and services are designed to improve the quality of life of each individual served, according to his or her own unique needs and abilities.
To encourage each individual to reach their full potential, Annandale Village offers an array of services designed to promote independence, support individuality and deliver comprehensive care. While residential services are the basic building blocks of life at Annandale Village, the residents leave every day for work, recreation, community activities or other programs in the surrounding community.
Our focus on individual development and personal care includes: Residential services, individualized service plans, daily health monitoring, on-campus health services, nutritionally balanced meals, individualized case management, counseling services, occupational therapy, vocational training and job placement, community inclusion activities, creative and performing arts, and recreational wellness activities.