Adult Curriculum for Community, Employment, and Social Skills
Our mission is to empower our Adult students to maintain their independent living skills, responsibilities, and personal growth. The Social Emotional Learning (SEL) curriculum is the foundation of our program. Adult students will be given opportunities on a daily basis to enhance their learning life experience in the ACCESS program in preparation for the real world.
 Caroline Terrant, Residential Supervisor for the ACCESS program
Students will participate in: 
  • Educational workshops
  • Hand on experience
  • Community Service
  • Hosting Special Events
Students will focus on developing Independent Living Skills in 7 different areas:
  • Household management
  • Time Management
  • Money Management
  • Self-Care
  • Technology
  • Social/Emotions
  • Personal/Community
To learn more about the seven areas of ACCESS, please click here.