The ADT services, provides person centered, goal oriented day services for adults with disabilities. ADT staff encourages each participant to live up to their full potential. The ADT program provides life skills activities such as daily living skills, communication, budgeting, learning to count money, learning to write, learning computer skills, arts & crafts, cooking, gardening, friendship building, learning to get along with others, self-advocacy, health and safety, using community resources, community activities and volunteering.
Services are available five days a week from 8:00 to 4:00 pm.
Community Living Supports (CLS):
This service is provided through the SCL waiver for participants that do not live in a staffed residence. CLS services are goal oriented and person centered. CLS staff works one-on-one with the participant in the community. CLS staff provides the participant with training and/or assistance with skills that they would like to achieve. Activities include: personal goals, educational, recreational or social skills.
Community Living Supports is designed to provide an opportunity for a person to connect and become involved with clubs, associations and any other groups in the community including recreational, educational, religious, civic and volunteer opportunities with an outcome of less reliance on formal supports and an emphasis on the development of personal social networks, membership opportunities, friendships and relationships for the person.
Respite is provided at the Bramer Respite House. It is provided when a family needs a brief period of relief apart from the participants for whom they care. This service is only available for participants that live at home with their family.