Day habilitation services are activities that we offer to participants outside of their home that help them learn new skills to improve their life. Examples include hygiene skills, people skills, money skills, and more.
Pre-vocational services are activities that help participants learn about different jobs and what they need to know before going to work. Participants may learn how to follow directions, solve problems, and stay safe at work.
Support Employment services are the ways we help participants keep their job! Once participants have a job, we help them by making sure they have what they need to succeed at work. We may retrain participants in areas related to their job, make sure they are treated fairly, make sure they like their job, and more.
Transitional services are for participants who are still in school and wish to retain structure and community for the summer. We work with participants on previously mastered skills so that they can succeed when they return to school.
Community Life Engagement services are the activities and projects we do with the community! Examples include visiting the library, going out to eat, volunteering, going shopping, and more.