Adult Development Program

The adult program teaches developmental life skills to individuals age 18 and older. Adults must have a high school diploma , certificate of completion, or be over 22 years of age.

After assessment of individual needs, an individual service plan is developed by a team which consists of the individual, staff member, advocates, family members, or guardians.  The goal of this program is to teach functional life skills needed for personal independence in all life areas.

The life skills taught include: Cooking, Community Awareness, Communication, Grooming, Money Skills, Domestic, Recreation, and Leisure.


Adult/Waiver Coordinator (ext. 108): Sandi Bagwell

Office Adult Coord. (ext. 109) Andrea Richey