Association for Adults wtih Developmental Disabilities

AADD empowers developmentally disabled adults, men and women age 18 and over, so that they may live more independent and fulfilling lives while supporting caregivers and increasing acceptance of special needs in the community. Socialization, friendships and community involvement are at the heart of the human experience. AADD offers adults with disabilities such as Autism, Cerebral Palsy, Down Syndrome and Intellectual Disability a chance to experience all of these things and more.

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Address: 261 Old York Road, Suite 530
Jenkintown , PA 19046
Phone Number: 215-886-9990 ext. 1
Fax: 215-886-6818
AADD offers a unique combination of weekly education, discussion and social learning activities. Education/discussion sessions occur on Tuesday or Thursday in Elkins Park, Main Line and Spring House. Social learning activities take place on the weekend and include group trips to the movies, restaurants, plays and sporting events. All education/discussion sessions and social learning activities are led by trained facilitators who provide instruction and guided practice in basic education and life skills in order to increase each member's level of functional independence.
Please watch the "our stories" videos on our web site to lean about how AADD impacts the lives of our members and their families.