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The Friends of Canton Dog Park recently held a vesting ceremony for Favarh work crew, a group that comes to the park twice daily to help with maintenance and safety.

Tenants with IDD prepare to live independently.

For nearly 20 developmentally disabled young adults, the new Bear Woods apartments in Canton offer their first chance to live outside their families’ homes.

“I feel really good to be here — it makes me feel like a grownup,” said Nick Sinacori, 26, who until now has had to live with his parents at their house in Simsbury.

For Nick Sinacori, 2020 was going to be a pivotal year. The 25-year-old West Simsbury man, who has an intellectual disabilty and autism, was poised to leave his parents’ home and live on his own for the first time.

Then the coronavirus crisis struck.

Up-to-date information about how Favarh is responding to the emerging and rapidly evolving situation.

This pandemic has impacted people like me with intellectual and developmental disabilities in many different ways.

To All Caregivers, Favarh has been closely monitoring the recent developments regarding the outbreak of a coronavirus (COVID-19)...

Canton facility offers affordable units, some set aside for those with IDD

It’s a business that fuses two businesses together.

Longtime friends Simon Kravetz, left, and Chris Corbosiero are applying to room together in an assisted housing complex in Canton for people with intellectual or developmental disabilities.

In the Farmington Valley, a nonprofit organization aims to break down silos and build bridges in the community through apartment housing. This hour, we learn about Favarh and its unique initiative to build a more integrated living experience for those with intellectual and developmental disabilities.

Watch Amanda Conrad and Lauren Traceski on Fox News TV61 discuss the Favarh Players and their upcoming performance.

Project SEARCH helps young adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities learn the social skills they need to find jobs.

Connecticut's approval of $13 million in bonding to establish in the Hartford area a pair of novel, integrated communities where seniors, Millennials and people with intellectual and developmental and other disabilities live side by side could become a national model, advocates and developers say.

A Home Of Her Own: Non-Profit Housing Plan Could Help Those With Disabilities Live Independently