The Pilot House is a community center unlike any other, one that is inclusive for all ages and abilities! We pull together – under one roof – social programs, therapeutic services and guidance to serve the diverse interests of children with special needs to promote their continuing growth and progress. In addition to offering programs for special needs children, the center also provides programs for siblings as well as workshops and support for parents.
We primarily serve children with Autism Spectrum Disorders due to the increasing rate of diagnoses; but we also serve children/young adults with ADD/ADHD, Developmental Delays, Social/Emotional challenges, Down Syndrome, Williams Syndrome, Cerebral Palsy, and Sensory Processing Disorders.
In 2007, a small group of parents of children with special needs banded together to form The Pilot House, a not-for-profit organization whose mission is to enrich, empower, embrace, and educate families faced with the challenges of raising a child with developmental disabilities. It was extremely important to us to create an environment where all children feel that they belong and it remains one of our top priorities.
We take pride in our experienced therapists and trained staff and being able to provide high-quality and low-cost programs that feature a low student to staff ratio which also includes typical peers. These programs promote skill building, self-confidence, self-expression and, most of all, fun with friends..
The Pilot House is located at:
240 Colony Street
Fairfield, CT 06824