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Ädelbrook Announces New President and CEO

Alyssa Goduti, MPA

Welcome to Ädelbrook

A Guiding Hand for
Your Special Needs Child

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We raise up your child.

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Let’s reach those
milestones together.

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We can help you handle
life’s ups and downs.

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We specialize in
extraordinary kids.

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When you need help, we have the resources.

We specialize in developmental and intellectual disabilities, autism spectrum disorders, and psychiatric disorders.

Our Learning Center locations are private special education facilities that provide intensive learning experiences for students ages 3–21.

Providing in-home Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) therapy throughout a number of towns statewide.

Licensed residential programming for young men and women diagnosed with neurodevelopmental disorders such as autism spectrum disorder and intellectual and developmental disorders.

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Faces of Ädelbrook

Eduardo Santiago

Employee of the Quarter

Eddie is the Maintenance Campus Supervisor, arguably one of the busier jobs; maintaining our campus and all the other homes. It’s also a thankless job as no one notices so much when things are working, but do very quickly notice when they are not. However Eddie and his crew keep our campus and our homes looking nice and even more importantly safe. Beyond the job of fixing things, mowing, snow removal and the other tasks that he oversees and usually does, he always takes time to help individuals if they need it. He is kind, thoughtful and courteous and always makes sure that the grounds and homes are enjoyable for the children and young adults served at Ädelbrook.


Student, TLC—Cromwell

Mihaela is a student at the Transitional Academy II. Since her sophomore year she’s been a student at The Learning Center in Cromwell. One thing she is most looking forward to is working in Ädelbrook’s Bark-ery. Mihaela is one of the most positive people you’ll have the pleasure to meet. Whenever you greet her she is quick to tell you how well she’s doing and the next great thing she’s looking forward to. She hopes to be an advocate for others with autism and anxiety disorders.

Jeff King

Volunteer Staff

Jeff King, Senior Hydrogeologist and Regional Manager at GeoInsight, Inc., has been a volunteer with Ädelbrook since he golfed in our 2015 Golf for Kids Tournament. Jeff’s son is on the spectrum and he saw the great work that was being done for individuals with autism and other neurodevelopmental disorders, and wanted to help. He has been an incredible member of both our Golf for Kids and Cheers for Ädelbrook fundraising committees. He is always eager to help, cheerful and full of great ideas. GeoInsight, Inc. has been supportive of him in this endeavor as well and they have helped with sponsorships and creating large poster board signs at their facility for our events. Jeff lives in Southington with his wife Deb and their son JJ. Make sure you say hi to Jeff when you see him at our next event.

David Maibaum

Executive Team Member

David Maibaum, Chief Financial Officer, has been working for this agency for 30 years. He came on board in 1988 when it was still the Children’s Home of Cromwell when there were less than 50 staff, we are now almost 600. He has seen the agency grow from our one Cromwell location to over 20 different sites throughout the state. He has witnessed buildings come down, and others go up. Dave has been a steadfast leader at the helm of Ädelbrook and in recognition of his efforts there was a Bradford Pear Tree planted on campus, a tradition at Ädelbrook, to recognize extraordinary length of service. Additionally he received a 30 year length of service award at the Employee Recognition Ceremony.


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Yes, The Learning Center — Cromwell serves the majority of our residents on our Cromwell campus, as well as day students from surrounding communities.

We provide a range of staffing from before- and after-school and weekend support, to full 24-hour care, depending on the individual’s needs. Additionally we offer specialized programming for individuals 21 and older, both in their home and community.

The residential program is intended to serve young men and women, between the ages of 12–21. Youth under the age of 12 may be served in this setting with the appropriate approval by the licensing department.

The clinical team works closely with family and support providers to establish a comprehensive discharge plan. Individualized aftercare coordination assists the youth with transition from residential living to a wide range of living situations including: family, in-home supports, group and assisted community living.


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