Day Programming Services
Day Programming services are geared towards enabling or enhancing an individual’s intellectual functioning, cognitive functioning, socialization, community integration, functional skill development, and behavioral management.
Leap, Porch, and CSI (Creating Successful Individuals) are the three program areas that provide a structured leisure skills training environment while focusing on socialization, community integration, and skill development.
Other areas of Adult Day Habilitation Program include:
Helps to increase independence, quality of life, dignity, and self-esteem by providing stimulating educational experiences and activities.
Cyber skills is an area that helps train individuals in computer technology. Skills taught include typing, data entry, surfing the internet, designing labels and cards, and using a variety of learning software.
Exercise and Sports Development
Specific exercise/wellness programs assist individuals in developing socially and physically. Through the Special Olympic program athletes participate in both district and state competition in a variety of team and individual sports.
Enables individuals to reach their goals through therapeutically planned singing, songwriting, instrument playing, and dancing activities. Located in a Snoezelen equipped room, various lighting effects, textures, sounds, and smells create a multi-sensory environment.
Assists the individual in regaining the use of upper extremities, eye-hand coordination, self-care skills (eating, bathing, dressing, and meal preparation) and other skills needed to carry out daily living and work tasks. The occupational therapy department also designs sensory programs to meet individual needs.
Focuses on teaching mobility, ambulation, posture, balance, endurance, strength, and coordination.
Strengthens conversational and communication skills, and assists in exploring and training for alternative types of communication.
Encourages individuals to express themselves creatively, through art.