Adult Day Training and Ongoing Support

Adult Day Training for Persons With Different Abilities

Our Adult Day Training program has a life-long commitment to assisting adults with different abilities. Individuals with Downs syndrome, Autism, Cerebral Palsy, Spina Bifida, Prader-Willi syndrome, intellectual and developmental disabilities, as well as visual and hearing impairments work with qualified staff who support their personal goals. This may include providing education, social engagement, and other unique opportunities. These experiences create a lifetime of positive impact, happiness, and ongoing learning.

Adults with Different Abilities gathered at a table eating

At our 16,000 sq. ft Adult Day Training Center, you will find adults of all ages learning new life skills of their choice. These activities may include daily living tasks, meal preparation, computer skills, work skills, budget preparation, developmental table games, and even video games. Trained volunteers schedule their time to conduct recreational activities, work as partners on skill games, discuss current events, and teach new social skills.