Students explore their natural creativity using a variety of mediums including watercolor and acrylic paints, charcoal, ink wash, oil pastels, graphite, and clay. By providing our students with the proper tools and guidance, hidden skills and talents in the visual arts can naturally develop. Artwork created by the students is often displayed in the community.
Our students are given the opportunity to discover and develop skills in music, dance, and drama. Students perform onsite and in the community, which helps to bridge the gap of misconceptions for adults with intellectual disabilities. These performances educate, enlighten, and inspire the public. In turn, our performers are able to give back to the community in a productive and meaningful way, fostering a genuine sense of self-worth and empowerment in each individual.
Students continue their education and development of skills needed to promote independence, responsibility, and self-advocacy.
General Program Information:
Daily Program Information:
Who We Serve:
Proof of a TB test dated within the past year must be provided before the first day of attendance.