Journey to Independence focuses on developing an individual’s skills to be able to live as independently as possible.
Dream Teens offers teens and young adults the opportunity focus on pre-employment skills and resources in a fun atmosphere during school breaks.
The behavior solutions team helps individuals decrease disruptive or inappropriate behaviors and increase skills needed for success in the home, school, workplace, and community.
The Transitions program helps individuals prepare for the next phase of their life, whether they are just leaving high school or simply striving to increase independence through education and employment.
The Community Living Program provides 10 to 40 hours per week of assistance to individuals living on their own outside of a family household.
Supported living provides assistance as needed around the clock to individuals with disabilities living together in their own house or apartment.
Easterseals Arc operates eight group homes in Fort Wayne. Residents receive care, guidance and supervision from trained, nurturing staff.
For individuals who live with their families, the Family Supports Program provides resources and support to their families and caregivers.
Easterseals Arc offers a monthly calendar of recreation activities to help individuals with disabilities have fun and socialize.
Respite services include our Respite House, an after-school program, summer camps, special activity nights, and Parents Night Out.
Our community integration team takes a person-centered approach and enables individuals to have one-on-one staff while exploring their own interests with the option of peer group social activities.
For more information on any of our programs for young adults, please contact Aimee Green, our agency intake and transition specialist, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 260.456.4534 ext. 276.