We are thrilled to reconnect with our families through daily virtual learning experiences! The icons below will connect activities allowing you to navigate our daily themes.
Offerings include zoom classes with HHC team members, socialization group, as well as quick guides to participate in at home activities!
Are you looking for an opportunity to channel your competitive side? Compete alongside your friends in our HHC biweekly challenges. Upload a picture of your completed challenge by Thursday of each challenge week. Winners will be announced Friday. Questions? Please contact your case manager.
Join us! It’s as easy as 1-2-3!
All e-program curriculum developed for Community Day Serviceshttp://www.hhcenter.org/documents/E-Programs_CDS/HHC_E-Programs_Activity_at_HAND23.pdf connects directly back to some, or all, ares of wellness. The WELLNESS MODEL provides a holistic approach to goal achievement while empowering individuals to self direct their services based on interests and personal importance.
Click HERE to reserve your spot in our weekly e-Programs. e-Program participants must register each week for the following week’s e-Program offerings.
You will receive an email confirmation from an HHC Team Member regarding your e-program selections. This Zoom E-RESOURCE GUIDE has been made available to help you navigate our virtual learning platform.
Use our newly published Activities at HAND as independent projects to work on throughout the week.
ART CREATIONS (Arts & Crafts e-Program – July 24th)
COFFEE FILTER BUTTERFLY (Arts & Crafts e-Program – August 7th)
PAPER PLATE FISH (Arts & Crafts e-Program – July 17th)
SPLASH ART (Arts & Crafts e-Program – July 31st)
Submit your completed activities HERE
Submit your weekly challenge HERE
About Our Community Day Services
Helping Hand Center’s Community Day Services provide a college-campus style program for individuals with disabilities over the age of 22. The wellness model we incorporate into our programming considers the physical, emotional, economic, personal, intellectual, community, and social wellness of those involved. This model allows individuals to set and achieve goals that allow for the acquisition of new skills, practice of learned techniques, and continuation of peer socialization while focusing on programming with a purpose.