Individuals of all ages discover new interests, practice and strengthen skills, connect with others, make friendships, expand breadth of experience, and achieve personally set goals through individualized supports and training provided by mentors in age-appropriate community settings. These activities broaden experiences, foster the development of peer relationships, and help the individual develop and strengthen new skills. Services may also be provided in the home as defined by the individual's service plan.
Hours vary and include day, evening, and weekend schedules.
For more information on the Community Access program, contact Jackie Mullin.
The program is accredited through the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities.
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