Supporting young adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities toward their best life!
Person-centered Transition Planning
By listening to individuals and their families, we will help them to create a plan for an individual's future success and write great transition goals while still in school.
Lifelong Learning Opportunities
Young adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities need chances to continue to develop their daily living skills, soft skills for employment and community inclusion, and literacy. Assistive Technology for communication and daily living may be explored to reach individual goals.
By fostering partnerships in the community for activities, we will provide training for businesses and faith communities in the inclusion of individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities.
Special Studies in God's Word
This chronological study of God's Word is specially presented for our young adult individuals with developmental disabilities. Family members are always welcome!
Join us virtually on Tuesday evenings at 7 pm. No reading is required. Contact Pat at firstname.lastname@example.org for the Zoom link.
We are excited to let you know that there will be FOUR sessions of Book Club each week. These sessions will be held in partnership with the Gwinnett County Public Library at different times so more of our friends can be involved. You are welcome to attend more than one session each week if you would like.
To register and see the book titles and times, please go to https://www.gwinnettpl.org.
Your Best Life - Life Skills
These sessions are held virtually at 3 pm, once a month on Thursdays.
June 30 Rights and Responsibilities
July 28 Water Safety
August 30 Everyday Math
September 29 Taking Care of Your Hearing
No pre-registration needed but you will need the link for Zoom. Contact Pat at email@example.com
Open Your World Book Club