At Burton Center, we serve individuals with intellectual disabilities. Our services are always personalized to the unique needs of the individual.
Burton Center provides a range of services that are designed to help those with intellectual disabilities including day services, case management, employment services, and residential.
Intellectual disability is defined as below-average intellectual functioning (a valid IQ of approximately 70 or below). The individual shows coexisting deficits in functioning in at least two of the following areas:
- Home Living
- Social Skills
- Using Community Resources
- Functional Academic Skills
- Interpersonal Skills
Onset of the above conditions must have occurred before the individual turned 22 years of age.
Find out how Burton Center also assists those with special needs as a result of a head injury.