At Waypoint, we are proud to provide an array of supports that help children and adults reach their fullest potential.
Waypoint services promote independence, social engagement and self-empowerment through community activities and an individualized approach to care. All Waypoint programs operate within these principles.
Waypoint offers comprehensive services, including a special purpose private school for children with autism and other developmental disabilities, case management services for adults and children, outpatient therapy, and residential and in-home supports for adults.
Waypoint is committed to assuring our services meet the ongoing needs of children and adults with autism, intellectual, developmental and other disabilities in Maine. We work in partnership with stakeholders, families, guardians and community members to consistently provide high quality services and supports.
Our adult members deserve the opportunity to pursue the independence and autonomy they need to successfully navigate their community. We provide the tools to help adults lead empowered lives through programs for adults throughout southern Maine.
Our residential programs support individuals 18 years and older and provide services 24 hours a day, seven days a week, in various community-based settings. Our day programs provide essential life skills, socialization, training, volunteer options, work opportunities, and other fulfilling ways to contribute to our community.
Waypoint knows how important finding the right services are to families who have children with special needs.
We understand the need for high quality and individualized supports that meet the needs of each child. The Waypoint Children’s Services Team provides a bridge for families throughout southern Maine.
Fraser Ford School, located in Sanford, Maine, is a special purpose private school for children in preschool through fifth grade with autism and other developmental and intellectual disabilities. Along with on-site adjunct therapies including speech therapy, physical therapy and occupational therapy within an applied behavior analysis model, we offer a year-round inclusive daycare program for typically developing children between the ages of two and a half to five. Waypoint also provides children’s case management and children’s behavioral health services.
You have the power to make a real difference. Whether you give a tax-deductible contribution or donate your time, your generous support strengthens our programs and services to help improve the quality of life for adults and children with autism, intellectual, developmental and other disabilities. We are grateful for your support.