Taste of Our Community 2015
Mixer at The Mansion
In Memory of Kristina Perscheid
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“In a short time we have seen our daughter develop confidence, become more independent and feel that her life has a good future.” - Parent
Programs and Services
We Teach Life and Job Skills
Banking, Budgeting and Money Management
Computer and Writing Skills
Resumes and Job Interviews
Nutrition, Cooking, Meal Planning and Exercise
- Personal Responsibility, Punctuality, Taking Direction and Social Skills
Supported Employment: Job development, training and placement for individuals as well as group placements; full-time and part-time employment.
Integrated Employment: Supervised Day Services with three individuals with a trainer. Six-hours per day.
Independent Living Services: Life skills training to enable self-sufficiency with support for living independently in the community.
Microenterprise: Self-employment for people with disabilities through small business ownership, operated by program participants within the community.
- Autism: Proactive, Specialized Training, Support and Learning for individuals with autism.
- Supporting People with Aging Needs: Provides individuals with aging needs site and community-based activities designed to address physical limitations related to aging.
The FY 2012-13 Outcome Measurement Report [PDF] documents the outcomes and successes of our programs and services over the last 12 months. It also identifies the areas where quality improvements can be made.