Our Adult Day Training program, serving people with intellectual and developmental disabilities, offers interesting activities, field trips, socialization opportunities and vocational skills training for recent high school graduates, young adults and senior learners.
Adult Day Training. A central location for providing services designed to improve social, daily living and job skills. We provide both offsite and onsite. Offsite - We are assisting individuals to volunteer at Metropolitan Ministries, America's Second Harvest and Ronald McDonald House. We have in the past volunteered at A Gift for Teaching and.
Individuals with disabilities who need a more supervised environment with which to thrive find the Adult Day Training (ADT) program the perfect solution. Classes in areas like social etiquette, computers, cooking, budgeting and art provide daily enrichment while employment opportunities in BAC’s Production Center give ADT participants a way.
Adult Day Training. The Adult Day Training (ADT) program utilizes outcome-based opportunities that explore each person’s strengths as well as their expressed hopes and dreams. On a daily basis, observations and interactions occur with all participants to ensure the services they receive are person-centered and meet their expectations.