Following the person-centered approach, we structure our day programming around the needs, wants, and ideas of the men, women, and children in our program. We organize a robust variety of activities including recreational activities, social skill, functional academics, speech and psychology services, volunteer experiences, and skill building for employment. Examples of recreational activities include arts and crafts, chess club, Zumba classes, karaoke, music and theatre, cooking, computer class, Miracle League, sporting events, and seasonal and holiday events.
When individuals have aged out of school programs, day habilitation continues to reinforce the everyday skills necessary to successfully function in the world around us. We place a priority on our day habilitation participants spending more than half their day in the community with the remainder focusing on learning life skills.
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