The Village is opening a new cottage and applications are being accepted now for new residents.
Contact our Admissions Team at 512.735.2704 or [email protected]
The Village offers independent and semi-independent living for up to 90 adults with intellectual disabilities in 15 upscale cottages. Residents are encouraged to make proactive choices that challenge and improve their life skills, social skills, leisure and recreation skills as well as their work skills.
Residents who live in The Village independent cottages enjoy a high degree of autonomy, yet still benefit from the highly supervised and safe environment of the Marbridge community.
Highlights & Amenities
- Private room in a 6-bedroom, 3-bath cottage
- Basic furniture provided (residents are able to bring their own & decorate as they wish)
- Cozy living area & kitchen (appliances may be turned off or on based on residents’ abilities)
- 24-hour awake staff
- Basic nursing care
- Individual Program Plan
- Training & education
- Employment Opportunities on & off campus
- Access to supervised community centers including the Chapel, swimming pool, & Victory Hall, Marbridge’s state-of-the-art athletic facility & wellness center
- 18 years of age or older
- Primary diagnosis of developmental delay or cognitive challenge, including autism spectrum, Down Syndrome, PDD, and Williams Syndrome
- Independent in activities of daily living
- Able to ambulate and transfer independently
- Able to follow a schedule of training and activity
- Free of aggressive or threatening behaviors; no serious psychiatric or mental health conditions
** Please note that these are general guidelines for admission eligibility; all prospective residents will be reviewed on an individual basis. **
$3,800 per month includes all amenities and programs listed above.
Residents’ personal spending for shopping, outings, travel, etc. and any medical expenses not covered by an insurance carrier are not included in the tuition cost and are an additional cost.
If a resident receives a monthly benefit income from Social Security, disability, or veteran benefits, those funds may be applied directly to the monthly tuition and the family/sponsor will be responsible for the remaining balance.
If employment is appropriate for the resident’s needs and abilities, funds earned through on-campus or off-campus employment opportunities may also be applied toward the tuition balance.