Our Developmental Training program provides an individualized program in social, communication, basic self-care, and pre-vocational training to adults who are physically, emotionally and/or mentally disabled in order to improve that person’s learning potential and decrease dependency upon others for basic self-care and independent living needs.
Individuals served by this program may have intellectual disability, communication problems, behavior problems, personal hygiene/grooming problems, or may be socially, developmentally, or physically disabled.
The Developmental Training Program increases involvement, input, and personal choice in all areas of life. Individualized training increases independence and self-worth through support, training and opportunities for self-expression of interest and talents. The program assists individuals served in developing independent and community development skills enabling them to live and be employed in a less restrictive environment.
Admission Criteria for the Developmental Training Program:
- Recommended by the IDT
- Age appropriate as determined by the IDT
Services offered by this program:
- Vocational Evaluation
- Horticulture Therapy
- Pre-Vocational Skills
- Daily Living Skills
- Behavior Modification
- Community Activities
- Sub-Contract Work
- Recreational Activities