But for the developmentally disabled adults who have lived in what is known as “The Thomaston House” for the past 30 years, their home is anything but ordinary.
The Thomaston House is one of 29 residences for developmentally disabled adults located across Nassau and Suffolk counties, which are sponsored by the nonprofit organization Adults & Children with Learning and Developmental Disabilities Inc.
“It’s a tremendous value to the community,” ACLD Director of Residential Services Joe Bianca said of The Thomaston House. “If it wasn’t for programs like Thomaston, these individuals would have no place to live or interact with other people in the community.”
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