Youth Transition Program
Our Youth Transition Program is designed for teens and young adults ages 14-22 with developmental disabilities including autism, epilepsy, cerebral palsy and cognitive impairment. It’s designed for students who are still in school but are approaching a time when they will be exiting school and moving on to the next phase of their lives.
Our program helps students develop their pathways to the future. Participants go through vocational curriculum and explore future opportunities while practicing social skills and working toward their goals.
What Students Learn
The program provides center-based and community-based services, including after-school programming during the school year and structured day programming over the summer. In addition to job training, students receive training in life skills, social skills, physical fitness and healthy living.
We act as a resource to families who have a loved one with a disability that is soon to be leaving high school. We offer comprehensive services to support both the youth and the family through this time of transition.
What It’s Like
How to Join
Complete our online interest form
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