• Who?
     
    The Adult Living Program serves students with disabilities, ages 18-21 years of age, who have met state graduation requirements, but continue to need further skill development and support in their transition to young adult life. Students are provided instruction, coaching and guidance, in acquiring the skills needed to become independent to the greatest extent possible at home, on the job, and in the community.
     
    What?
     
    Students are provided instruction, coaching and guidance, in acquiring the skills needed to become independent to the greatest extent possible at home, on the job, and in the community.

     
    Where?
     
    The program is based from a house in Winslow, 310 Shepard Way, NW. Job/training sites and field trips throughout the community.
     

    How?
     
    Students attending ALP learn basic living skills, work preparation, job skills, personal safety, community travel and recreation skills.