These programs are dedicated to maintaining individuals with developmental disabilities in the community, developing independent living skills, and improving social behavior.
Day Habilitation is a person-centered program serving individuals 21 years and older. Each participant has an individualized service plan designed to fulfill personal goals and desires.
The program strives to increase opportunities for independent choice making; reinforce existing skills; facilitate independence and self-actualization and increase social skills and self-esteem through the development of relationships with others in and outside of the program community, despite consumer disabilities.
Saturday Respite is a center and community based recreation program for individuals 18 years and older, living at home. Family members are provided five hours of free time to do as they please while participants take part in recreational activities and peer socialization. Center based activities include, but are not limited to: theme parties, games, music, dancing, exercise, arts and crafts, and videos. Community outings consist of: visits to local parks, shopping malls, restaurants, concerts, bowling, movies, library, amusement parks, historical sites and museums.
If you would like further information, please contact: Debbie-Ann Chang at (516) 739-7733 ext. 328.