Adult Day Services offers support so individuals with developmental, physical, cognitive or multiple disabilities can live independently, gain social and daily living skills, and become active members of their communities. Individuals learn work-related skills by engaging in regularly scheduled volunteer work, community service projects and other ventures. They also receive support and direction to interact with others, make their needs and choices known and to explore and engage in activities.
• Community safety awareness
• Use of public transportation
• Personal care
• Money skills
• How to access community resources
• Vocational skills
• Social skills
• Health and wellness
• 18-years or older
• Need to gain skills to increase independence
• Ambulatory or non-ambulatory
• Can adhere to prescribed medical regimen
Individuals leave this service when they are no longer interested, do not need it or are not eligible.
Individuals receive referrals for Easterseals services from their local community regional center.
Regional centers are a statewide network of 21 community-based, non-profit agencies that contract with the Department of Developmental Services to provide or coordinate services and supports for individuals with developmental disabilities. They provide a local resource to help find and access the many services available to individuals and their families, such as Easterseals.
For more information, contact us.