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Austin's Social & Skills Provider

BonaTerra is a provider of interactive and social services for individuals with varying needs and abilities in the Austin area. The program focuses on providing individualized support through activities that assist each client in increasing their ability to perform social and functional skills as independently as possible, all in accordance to individual's capacity. The nature and structure of the activities allows participants to increase their social skills, develop self-help strategies with positive coping mechanisims, and gain adaptive talents necessary to successfully interact and thrive within our community.

BonaTerra staff gladly provide support with personal care needs for individuals who require additional assistance.


Interactive learning activities are provided that cover the areas of:


  • Time and Money Management

  • Personal Care Tasks

  • Health & Well-Being

  • Positive Coping Skills

  • Behavior Management Techniques

  • And many other services  See more >>


Social and cognitive activities are provided on a daily basis. Including:

  • Arts & Craft projects 

  • Board Games

  • Sports Activities 

  • Community Outings

  • Social Skills Activities

  • Cognitive Puzzles 

Excellent service starts with


"My husband and I are so happy to have found bonaterra to care for our son. The unique care and superb services are second to none."


Sarah Thompson


“Bonaterra has raised the bar in quality care for the IDD population in our community. With such professionalism, it's always a pleasure to work in partnership with them."


James Miller, LPC

“Working at BonaTerra as an intern was an amazing experience. I got to learn so much, develop new skills, and build my confidence as I put into practice all the concepts I learned there. I'm truly grateful to them."

Tammy Jones

"It's comforting to see the effort their staff puts into what they do. It shows the high level of care they provide daily. My brother always looks forward to Mondays at bonaterra."


Joseph Ramirez

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