The Self-Help Skills Program offers support to adults with a developmental disability who live with families and caregivers to obtain the highest degree of independence possible. This program may also assist individuals who would like to "transition" to living on their own.
Services are provided within the person/family's home, and in the community. The model of service includes one-to-one support and group learning opportunities depending upon the participant's skills and learning styles. The lastest group opportunity to form is the cooking program where participants come together once a week to prepare and enjoy a delicious and nutritious meal together.
Hours and duration of services are determined by needs and availability.
Areas of support include:
Physical & Emotional Health