Yellow House offers new care paradigm

The Yellow House in Middlebury provides 24/7 care for adults with developmental disabilities who are unable to live independently.

In addition to being a godsend to four individuals and their families, the Yellow House’s business model and success are garnering attention in a state that, ever since the 1993 closing of the Brandon Training School, has largely abandoned the system of  “intentional communities” for people with developmental disabilities.

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