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.
Is your student learning at home this fall? Are they struggling to keep up? Have you considered using Assistive Technology?
We may be able to give you some ideas for free tools that can be used to support reading and writing at home.
Let us know how we can serve you at email@example.com
In partnership with the Gwinnett County Public Library, we are providing Book Club and Life Skills classes virtually on Zoom. We are having lots of fun and have made new friends.
Open Your World Book Club
Tuesday afternoons at 3 pm
The Speckled Band - Sherlock Holmes
August 10 - Sept 21
The Invisible Man
Oct 12 - Nov 30
The Gift of the Magi
Please register at the Gwinnett County Public Library website, www.gwinnettpl.org
Your Best Life Life Skills classes are held virtually at 3 pm
August 26 - Character
Sept 30 - Preparing for Emergencies
Oct 21 - Taking Care of Your Eyes
Nov 18 - Gift Giving: Buying and Making Gifts for the Holidays
No pre-registration needed. We can send you a link if you are interested. Let us know at firstname.lastname@example.org