The Marbridge community includes a diverse group of resident diagnoses

"Marbridge is like heaven to me!"

Anne, a Ranch resident since 2006

Our programs provide a distinct alternative to group homes for developmentally disabled adults

More than 240 adults call Marbridge “home,” and friendships abound in our community. Like any community, Marbridge includes a diverse group of individuals—men and women of different races, religions and ages—and diagnoses. Marbridge provides an alternative to group homes for developmentally disabled adults, as well as adults with special needs acquired through traumatic brain injury.

Programs for adults with Autism

Meet Jason and learn about his life at Marbridge.

Programs for adults with Asperger’s Syndrome

Meet Daniel and learn about his life at Marbridge—and his independent life after Marbridge.

Programs for adults with Down Syndrome

Meet Seth and learn about his job skills training and other opportunities provided by Marbridge.

Programs for adults with Williams Syndrome

Meet Robert and Amy, who live full lives of employment, travel and more.

Programs for adults with Mental Retardation

We avoid the “MR” term, but realize many people still use it to search for solutions. We invite you to explore Marbridge and learn how we provide a whole new life for adults with intellectual disabilities!

Programs for adults with Cerebral Palsy

Meet John—he loves our equestrian therapy program!

Programs for adults with Seizure Disorder

Meet Audrey, who has created a semi-independent life for herself at Marbridge.

Programs for adults with Traumatic Brain Injury

Meet Doug, who doesn’t allow his memory limitations to limit his happiness and well-being.