Permanent Supportive Housing for Individuals on the Autism Spectrum
Finding and maintaining appropriate housing can be one of the biggest challenges individuals on the autism spectrum face in our community. That's why we are thrilled to announce 85 North, an apartment building specifically designed for the unique sensory needs and executive functioning challenges that often accompany an autism diagnosis. 85 North will offer affordable one bedroom apartments, laundry facilities, a sensory room, and onsite support from ScenicView Academy. The building is scheduled for completion in the fall of 2022. This innovative partnership with the Provo Housing Authority, the City of Provo, the Noorda Foundation, and donors like you is sure to set the standard for community autism accommodation.
Designed specifically for autism
Executive Functioning Support
Social and navigational support
Upcoming event reminders
Structured social activities
Mediation and scripting
Game room & Community room
Enclosed bicycle racks
Sensory Room .................................$35,000
Bike Storage Room ............................$6500
Roof Top Deck
Gazebo 1 & Furniture ...............$20,000
Gazebo 2 & Furniture ...............$20,000
Sponsorships come with naming rights. Contact Kari Bushman for details (801) 342-3463
The Noorda Scholarship fund
The Noordas' vision has always been to make ScenicView Academy's exceptional services accessible to all, regardless of a family's economic circumstances. With the founding of ScenicView, they established a scholarship fund to assist with costs such as tuition, room and board, clinical support, transportation, social activities and countless other services. Their generosity has allowed hundreds of individuals and families to benefit from the ScenicView experience. Our graduates upend both the alarming national statistics surrounding autism, as well as society's limited expectations of what is possible for those with disabilities. However, that was 20 years ago. With rising costs and limited funds, we need your help to continue to provide young adults access to our programming. Our goal for this year is to raise $80,000, the amount of one full-ride scholarship. Your one-time donation or a monthly commitment can be accepted by clicking the button below.
Corporate or humanitarian service Donations
If you would like to donate any of the following items please call us at 801-226-2550 or drop the items off at our campus: 5455 North River Run Drive, Provo, UT 84604
Donations of simple household items set our students up for success in their first-ever independent household.
These therapeutic blankets reduce chronic pain, anxiety, insomnia, and other sleep concerns related to ADHD and autism.
adult coloring books /supplies
Art has a host of mental health benefits it can reduce anxiety, increase focus and supports mindfulness.