The Summit Center’s 2018 Autism Walk will take place on Saturday, April 28. 91% of every dollar raised from this family-friendly event directly benefits the children and adults we serve. The event is centered around a 4-mile walk from Summit (150 Stahl Road) along the Amherst Bike Path, and back to Summit or a 0.5-mile walk around Summit’s grounds.Visit the Summit Walk Website
Who is Summit
We are committed to serving all ages and bettering the lives of individuals by providing services for adults with developmental disabilities. Our Adult Division includes Day Programs and Vocational and Employment Services. Our goal is to foster community inclusion and independence for the adults we serve.
Our Behavioral Health Division addresses any behavioral challenges that your child might have. Our behavioral health division includes summer programs, Genesis Community Services, ABAWorks, Behavioral Pediatrics Clinic, and consulting and professional training programs.
The Summit Center truly is a community. Our Community Division includes respite and behavior support, service coordination, family support services and community training, and recreation and leisure. Our broad range of services in the community division are designed to help you and your family.
Early intervention is critical to the treatment of a child with a developmental disability. Our early intervention and education programs make up one of the largest divisions in The Summit Center. Our early childhood and education services include Summit Academy, Early Autism Program, and Eligibility Evaluations.