A model, best-practice program, the school is a year-round, therapeutic day program utilizing proven intervention strategies and a collaborative team approach to provide individualized attention in a structured and supportive environment for children ages 3 to 21.
Serves children and adults with special needs, beginning at birth. Services include occupational therapy, physical therapy, speech & language therapy, music therapy, and behavioral health services, as well as free early intervention screenings for children under the age of three.
A college-campus style program for adults with disabilities to promote healthy living and wellness. Adults choose from a variety of programs and volunteer and employment opportunities. Programs include art, computers, library, current events, life skills, cooking, music, fitness, and recreation.
Offers job coaching, training programs, and community-based job placement. Additional opportunities include customized employment and enclaves, a small group of individuals with disabilities trained and supervised at a community employment site.
Provides community-based homes for adults in the local community. All homes provide 24-hour staff support, including assistance with ADLs, medication management, and money management.
Provides the next step for graduating high school students. Allows students to participate in Adult Day Services on a trial basis as a way of gauging interests and acclimating to an adult environment outside of the classroom.
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Helping Hand Center is welcoming Bill Dwyer to the organization in July 2017 as the…Read More