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Computer Life Skills Program

Participants explore interests using computers with adapted keyboards, alternative mouse access, and switch-activated scanning tools to overcome physical limitations.

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After Work Programs

Adults experience stimulating activities following a regular work day or training day.

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Young Adults Transition Program

Adults acquire new skills and increase self-sufficiency during the early adult years through structured activities that allow exploration of personal interests.

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Vocational Supports at Redwood

Adults learn skills for the workplace through individualized training and subcontract work from local business in the area all while earring wages based on productivity.

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Adult Care at Redwood

Through social interactions, adults improve skills and great benefits. By actively participating in instructional programs, leisure pastimes, sensory experiences, tasks of daily living, and community outgoings, adult clients gain greater independence.


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Hear from a Caregiver

Hi! My name is Jill Strange; I have worked at Redwood since May of 2014. Prior to that, I worked for another agencies serving adults with disabilities for 13 years. I came to Redwood seeking better benefits; not only did I discover great benefits, but I was also rewarded with a new Redwood Family! This includes not just my co-workers, but all of the clients that I have had the pleasure of working with over the years. My career at Redwood started in the Vocational Day Training program and I have also worked in all three of the Life Skill's programs. This has made it possible for me to get to know most of the adults in the adult programs and consider it a blessing as I still have very close friendships with my "early" clients from VDT. I am currently the Team Lead in LS3; our room is often times asked to train new staff. I love this opportunity as it gives us an opportunity to stress the importance of how we serve others at Redwood-with compassion, dignity and respect. We are at Redwood for the clients, not the other way around. It should always be a focus of every day to take extra time with each individual to ensure they feel valued; this little act has brought many smiles to the faces of the adults I serve I love my job; what I do, who I do it for and who I do it with. My goal is to retire from Redwood; I plan on this being the last place I ever work! Redwood is a wonderful place to work and I feel blessed to be a part of it.

Jill Strange
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Interested in supporting Redwood’s mission? There are many ways you can get involved.  Redwood is forever indebted to generous donors and volunteers who help ensure the continuation of our services.

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