Transition Skills Program at Easter Seals Crossroads

first_imgEaster Seals CrossroadsThe Adult Day Services at Easter Seals Crossroads in Indiana is offering a transition skills program for adults with autism or developmental disabilities.Individuals who will benefit from Transitional Skills programming should meet the following criteria:Must be at least 18 years of ageMust not be a “flight” riskMust not demonstrate behaviors that put self or others at risk of injuryMust not demonstrate intentional or continuous disruptive behaviors that interrupt the program services for othersMust have an attention span of greater than 10-15 minutes per activityMust be able to complete 1-2 step directionsMust be able to communicate needsMust be able to have needs met by the resources of the centerMust have a desire to increase independent living skillsThe Transitional Skills Curriculum is designed to promote life skills for adults with goals of independent or semi-independent living and/or employment.   Skills such as cleaning, laundry, cooking, budgets and money handling, relationship skills, personal safety, basic employment skills, and community skills will just be some of the skills covered for adults enrolled in the program.  Activities will take place in a home-like environment and in the community.  Adults will be supervised by trained staff and with a low adult to staff ratio.Contact Tracy Wright at 317.466.2008 or email [email protected] for more information.Limited scholarships are available. Share this…TwitterFacebookPinterestLinkedInEmailPrint RelatedAutism Awareness Grows, Support Needs to FollowJune 25, 2014In “Communication”Easter Seals Crossroads: What we do and how you can help!November 17, 2015In “Autism”Meet Leka: A New Robotic Toy for Special NeedsMay 26, 2016In “Autism”last_img read more