Young Adult Transitions
Young adults acquire new skills and increase self-sufficiency during the early adult years. Structured activities allow exploration of personal interests; teach practical living skills; guide positive communication, social interaction, and conflict resolution; and introduce vocational tasks. Young adults develop responsibility and an awareness of their connection to the community through service-learning projects and community-based training. Our adults are encouraged to participate in a wide variety of scheduled programming such as our walking groups, daily exercise activities, reading groups, art groups, stem activities, music appreciation groups, cooking classes, weekly dances, and our weekly client run talk show all while working on personal goals and exploring individual interests.
Hear From Justin
Hear from Redwood, Young Adult Transitions client, Justin as he shares what he loves about Redwood Young Adult Transitions program, his favorite activities in and out of Redwood, and the goals he has achieved in the program.
Life Skills 1
Participants in our Life Skills One program enjoy a high energy, active schedule with a lot of opportunities for exercise and gross motor activity.
Life Skills 2
Participants in our Life Skills Two program enjoy a calm sensory friendly schedule with a lot of opportunities for range of motion exercises and sensory friendly activities.
Life Skills 3
Participants in our Life Skills Three program enjoy a relaxed schedule with a lot of opportunities for socialization with other older adults and adult with significant medical needs.
Vocational Day Training
Adults learn work and workplace skills through individualized training and completion of subcontract work from local businesses. Life skill training and adult enrichment programs increase knowledge, skills, and breadth of experience.
Participants explore interests using computers with adapted keyboards, alternative mouse access, and switch-activated scanning tools to overcome physical limitations.