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When my husband and I were contemplating transitioning Brian from the Rosewood Center in Baltimore about 18 years ago, we didn't really know much about the options that were avaialble to us.

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For many parents, the decision to move their adullt child with a developmental disability from their home to the care of another is a difficult one. For some who made such decisions long ago, it is.........

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Before taking up residence with Center for Social Change nearly 18 years ago, Edwin B. had lived both of his sisters. But, Edwin's behaviors, which led to frequent hospitalizations, had made this......

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Janet N’s mother remembers the changes that took place in their lives after Janet became sick.  When it was clear to her mom that she wouldn't be able to ...............

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Rick Z. came to Center for Social Change nearly twelve years ago in a way that is not so typical. Rick had been receiving supports for another provider agency in Carroll County.........

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Janine R’s parents knew they needed help by the time they first met with Center for Social Change. They had already arranged privately for someone to care for Janine but.............

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Residential for Adults

 

 

Overview

 

Center for Social Change offers residential programs to adults with developmental disabilities in the community. The program includes a wide array of support services to enable them to live relatively independent lives. CSC has been providing community residential service in all aspects of community life to adults with developmental disabilities for the past 18 years. We promote their empowerment, personal growth, choice, rights, and productivity. CSC also supports the families of individuals with developmental disabilities. Our program strengthens family units and encourages family-based care to individuals with disabilities at their own homes. CSC enhances well-being of all individuals with developmental disabilities by addressing their health, education, safety, economic issues, previous maltreatment and disability issues.