What activities and careers interest your loved one? Are they interested in attending a community-based program, specialized training program, non-degree program to pursue a specific career, community college courses, or a university? Is your loved one comfortable transitioning to living on their own or to a residential setting? What services are they using in childhood that may also be helpful in adulthood?

Continuing Education and Career-Based Services:

Community-based life skills programs - Independent living skills including shopping, cooking, budgeting, and technology use.

Vocational training - Hands-on skills training for careers in healthcare, emergency services, arts, and more.

Mock interviewing and job coaching - Career-readiness and social skill building for entry into the workforce.

Post-secondary education support - Supportive services fer students in university or community college settings.

Home and Health Services:

Supported living - Services provided to those living independently within a residential care community.

Case management - For ongoing management of health services and collaboration between service providers.

Rehabilitation services - Including Occupational Therapy, Physical Therapy, and Speech Therapy

Behavioral/mental health services - Such as Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Psychiatry, and social skills groups.

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