Allegro currently maintains six group homes in Morris County, New Jersey. A major focus of the program is participation in the various activities offered by the community as well as making use of other resources.
The homes operate in such a way as to ensure the health and safety of the participants. There is twenty-four hour supervision. They maintain structure, routines, and order while reflecting the individual needs, desires, and personalities of the participants. Activities within the home meet the skill development needs of the participants as well as their social and recreational needs.. It is most important that our residents are encouraged to participate in the home's maintenance since it is involvement in these things which will allow the individual to feel he is truly a member of his home and community.
Maintaining the relationship between the participants and their families is encouraged. Activities outside of the home are an integral part of the social lives of the residents. Residents are encouraged to attend clubs and other special interest activities with non-disabled members of the community sharing similar interests.
What Our Parents Are Saying
"My overall feelings about the school is that the teachers and faculty are very caring and take the time to teach the children. I absolutely love Allegro and would recommend the school to anyone."