Advocates and provides information and referral for people with disabilities. Offers training in daily living skills and work skills. Provides socialization and behavior management for adults with developmental disability.
Coordinates community-based opportunities for adults to participate in volunteer skill-building jobs and activities.
Also provides afterschool socialization for students. Helps participants work on behavioral/social adjustment and gross motor skills.
Evaluates children to develop and implement a practical individual program plan. This might include neuromuscular learning, sensory-motor skills, communication, and socialization. Program components include individual/group sessions, occupational and speech therapy, and parent counseling. Also offers family support groups.
Agency: ABILITIES UNITED
Languages Available: Spanish, English
Payment Description: Fees vary. Sliding scale available on a case-by-case basis. Cash, checks, and vouchers accepted.
Intake and Eligibility: Open to individuals of all ages with developmental or physical disability, and their families.