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Company Information
The Light House has been responding to the needs of the individuals it serves since the organization’s inception in 1992. Kathy Greene, Executive Director, opened a private special education school in the community because she – as well as parents, therapists and educators – recognized the importance of a community-based program where students of all differences would learn through real life experiences and opportunities. Decades later, we still employ this model to ensure success for all learners. The Light House’s journey began in 1992 with one student and a dedicated group of individuals determined to educate and prepare students for life through a variety of innovative, creative, outside the box techniques while incorporating choice, initiative and therapies. The team realized the importance of developing opportunities to apply and demonstrate the skills learned outside of the day. This led to the creation of evening social programs. The evening social programs quickly grew and expanded to address and meet the needs of a variety age groups, skills and abilities.

Company Information
The mission of Bittersweet, Inc. is to positively impact the lives of individuals with autism and those whose lives they touch. The first farm model for adults with autism was established at Somerset Court in England in 1974. Bittersweet Farms was the first of its kind in the United States.
Company Benefits
It is a bucolic, secure, and safe environment in which individuals with challenging behaviors and limited social and communication skills can grow and develop to their fullest potential. All of our activities are designed to meet the wide range and abilities of persons from the entire spectrum of Autism Disorders. Such activities include: agriculture (including planting and harvesting) horticulture (including greenhouse operations) fencing & landscaping, construction, repair & maintenance produce collection & marketing animal feeding & care craft-making & woodworking