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Residential Living

A radiant warmth envelopes each ShineLight home. The housemates and staff create a family community where each person feels welcome and at home.

At ShineLight, we work with residents who have autism to create an environment where they have a sense of ownership, comfort, and safety. We pay close attention to the important details. If the color green makes you feel calm and relaxed, then we will help you select the green paint that makes you feel your best. If the sound of country music sets you on edge, we will ensure that your favorite tunes are on. Housemates celebrate special events and personal successes of one another and enjoy the constant support of their ShineLight family.

We also work within our neighborhoods and towns to develop a sense of community and support for our residents. Awareness and education about autism and how it affects individuals within our communities creates a safe and welcoming environment for all.

We also offer the following services:

In all ShineLight materials, the broad term “Autism” represents Pervasive Developmental Disorders, also known as Autism Spectrum Disorders, including Autism, PDD, PDD-NOS and Asperger’s Syndrome.

 

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ShineLight to Host Autism Awareness Event- April 29, 2017
April 21, 2017

April 20, 2017 : Fayetteville, NC:   Local agency, Shinelight, who delivers services to individuals on the ASD spectrum will be hosting an “Autism Awareness Event” on Saturday, April 29, 2017 from 10am- 2pm at 203 Rowan Street in Fayetteville. There…

Residential Living

We work with residents who have autism to create an environment where they have a sense of ownership, comfort, and safety.

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Supported Employment

We're specially trained to help individuals with autism maximize their strengths and determine their interests with the goal of finding career opportunities.

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Community Living

We work to create a greater understanding by serving as an advocate and educational resource within the community.

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