Residency program offers activities, safe haven for adults with autism

MADISON TWP. — Here they’re not clients. They’re not patients. They’re farmers.They have a purpose.

That is why Connie and Larry Proctor were finally comfortable with moving their 27-year-old son Adam — who has severe autism — out of their home and into Safe Haven Farms in May.

He was one of the first residents at the farm: a group of new homes on a former horse ranch in Madison Twp. soon to also house an activity center, garden and other amenities.

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