Roundup Fellowship creates educational and supportive opportunities that empower adults and children with neurodiversity and intellectual and developmental disabilities to thrive. Since 1973, Roundup Fellowship, a non-profit organization, has aimed to promote dignity in all relationships, while helping people with disabilities become as productive and independent as possible.
Roundup Fellowship serves children and adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities and neurodiversity, while recognizing their dignity, affirming their ability to contribute, and helping them become as productive and self-reliant as possible.
Our services include homes for children and adults, a school for grades K-12, supported living apartments, a community participation program, and in-home support for families. In every setting, Roundup seeks to help each participant develop the skills needed for success at home, on the job, and in society.