The Community Access Program helps students with special needs in their graduation years. We help them achieve their goal of successful independent or semi-independent living, working with student and parent teams to help fulfill their dreams of where the student sees themselves being in their mid 20's.
Those dreams often center around:
- Where will I be working?
- Where will I be living?
- Who will I be living with?
- How can I get around the community?
To answer these questions:
- we help students with community work experience placements
- provide school classes to help with important life skills
- assist with resume building
- budget preparation
- city bus transportation
- we also help with relationship questions
The transition to adulthood is challenging, we help students make a plan, in pencil, because it will change!. Students can take this plan with them when they leave our program and use it to feel more confident in the choices they make.