Participants who attend Heritage Farm gain experience in farm-related tasks such as caring for small livestock or exploring horticultural endeavors in the vegetable patch, greenhouse and herb gardens. Individuals utilize a variety of different artistic mediums from paint, wood, wool and clay as opportunities for self-expression, tactile development, and education.
Many opportunities exist for community integration and skill development in areas such as daily living, communication, and interpersonal skills.
Since 1985 Heritage Farm has supported individuals living with intellectual and developmental disabilities in becoming engaged, employed citizens of their communities.
We offer several supported employment services that provide various hands-on educational opportunities to prepare individuals to find and maintain competitive integrated employment. We are committed to finding employment opportunities that align with each person’s unique strengths, abilities and interests.