This new 2-story building enabled Avondale House to expand its existing services to children and adults with severe autistic disorders and to launch a new joint initiative with Easter Seals to provide early childhood services.
Brookstone paid extra attention to achieve perfection in all finishes, because any flaws in the floors, drywall or millwork can distract and upset the autistic. High-impact sheetrock and corner guards enhance safety. We also incorporated artwork drawn by autistic children into the interior. The vibrant color saturation in the tilt-wall concrete panels that make the façade so distinctive has spurred community pride in redeveloping a neglected neighborhood.
Brookstone builds community facilities for faith-based and non-denominational groups that serve children to teens to seniors. Our commitment to non-profits is reinforced by the many volunteer activities and leadership positions undertaken by Brookstone staff.