iCan House

UPDATED: September 10, 2018

iCan House is an innovative nonprofit that teaches social, life, and independence skills for those with social and communication challenges such as found in autism, Aspergers, anxiety, ADHD and other communication disorders. Using unique iCan House curriculum participants learn coping and communication skills, self-awareness, and concrete social and life skills. As a result, individuals experience a sense of belonging, purpose, and increased self-esteem allowing them to become productive, contributing and happy members of our community. Participants range from 8 years through adult (current oldest member is 68). We offer three types of programs: clubs that meet weekly; courses that last 6-12 weeks; and one-on-one coaching. Our comprehensive intake process identifies developmental, social, and communication needs of the individual. Once the appropriate program is identified, the person is invited to join a club that matches their developmental needs and interests. Program fees vary relative to age, curriculum, frequency of sessions.
iCan House also provides education and training including first responders, police, employers, providers, parents, etc.

  • Languages:
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862 W. 4th Street
Winston Salem, NC 27101
United States



(336) 723-0050



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