Welcome to Sedona

Sedona is the

“City of the Arts”.

And a welcoming place for people with autism and other neurodiverse capabilities.

Sedona Lago is the beginning of a new chapter for the city of Sedona and neurodiverse populations from across the nation and around the world.

With the addition of the Sedona Lago Gardens residential community and the Pathways to Independence Program, Sedona will become internationally renowned as a congenial, safe place where neurodiverse individuals can thrive with acceptance, compassion, and a deeper understanding than other metropolitan areas.

A Welcoming Place

with a Calming Nature.

The natural beauty and quiet stillness of the red rocks can provide welcoming respite for those who want to experience the healing power of nature on a daily basis. Here, it is easy to unplug from technology and get in touch with a more natural rhythm of life.

With a population of just 10,000 people, Sedona has a true small-town feeling where it is easy to meet people, find your pod and develop enduring friendships. Yet, at the same time, it is an internationally vibrant destination that is home to dozens of festivals, world-class restaurants, outdoor adventures, ancient ruins, art galleries, creative pursuits, and top-notch services. It is easy to engage with people when you like to, or find some quiet solitude when the need arises.

Getting around Sedona

is Safe and Manageable.

Unlike a confusing large city where one wrong turn may take you miles away from your destination, navigating Sedona is a simple, straightforward matter.

Highway 89A provides one direct route via a straight, six-mile stretch between West Sedona and Uptown Sedona. Moreover, residents at Sedona Lago Gardens can schedule free transportation up to 50 miles from the property, which includes appointments, jobs, golf, shopping, or excursions.

For those comfortable with public transportation, the free Sedona Trolly runs every 20 to 30 minutes throughout the day, dropping riders at key locations around town. The Verde Valley Lynx connects with Sedona, Cottonwood, Clarkdale, Camp Verde, the Village of Oak Creek and Jerome. Ride-sharing services like Uber and Lyft are easy to access from the property. Plus, bicycling, walking or taking an electric scooter is always an option.

Traveling to Sedona, AZ. is easy with flights from the Phoenix Sky Harbor International airport to Sedona and Flagstaff, and local airport shuttles.


Your Tribe.

Sedona attracts and is home to a unique populous with a wide variety of perspectives, spiritual paths and cultures. It’s a welcoming environment with an accepting attitude and a long history of celebrating diversity and inclusion. Sedona is the perfect environment for Sedona Lago’s residents to gain confidence and find their own path. We have seen the positive impact that Sedona and our program has had on our residents. Confidence; skills growth and finding a peer group of accepting individuals!

We believe the combination of this naturally accepting and inspiring community, Sedona Lago Gardens residences and the Pathways to Independence Program will one day become known as a premier destination where neurodiverse people and those with autism can feel safe, be themselves, and thrive.

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