Jill’s House celebrates children with special needs and provides much-needed relief to their families in the greater Washington DC area. We serve boys and girls, ages six through seventeen, with intellectual disabilities without regard to race, religion, or ethnicity. Jill’s House provides a safe, fun place full of adventure and tailor-made activities to children with special needs while giving their parents and caregivers desperately-needed time to rest and recharge. To ensure that parents and caregivers get a real break, typical siblings are welcome to stay at Jill’s House.
Our hope is that our model will help change the way communities address the needs of families with children with special needs.
Why is Jill’s House so important to the families and children we serve? Jill’s House emerged to give families relief, and to celebrate children with special needs. Read more.
Background: A Letter from Jill’s Mom
A message from Brenda Solomon, Co-Founder of Jill’s House.
Read the experiences of the extraordinary families with children with special needs.
Jill’s House is a 42,000-square-foot center for children with special needs. See more.
The Jill’s House Staff Team is continually growing! Complete listing and job descriptions.