Adult Day Activity Programs
Adult Day Activity programs provide supportive, activities during
the day for adults who are not able to be employed. Activities
are designed to provide the maximum inclusion possible in the
community, and individualized options for training in adult
living skills, work activity and volunteerism, personal
expression, socialization, and therapeutic support.
Options include Inclusion Centers, Partial Inclusion, Partial
Work, Creative Arts, and Therapeutic programs.
Supported Employment Services
Supported employment services provide individualized services and
supports for adults who are out of school and ready to begin
their job search.
Supported employment services include assessment of individual
skills and interests, individualized job development and
placement (either individual or group), and on-the-job coaching
to promote successful employment. These services are provided in
collaboration with the Department of Rehabilitation.
Mobility and Transportation
HRC offers assessment of mobility skills, training and referral
to adult clients, to support their use of public transportation
resources, to get to and from work or day training
HRC will conduct an assessment, and, based upon individual needs
and abilities, help to connect adult clients to appropriate
transportation services such as public transportation, community
paratransit services, and regional center contracted service
We sometimes contract with parents/family members to provide
transportation, when this is a cost-effective option
In some instances, personal assistance may be provided to support
an adult with severe physical or medical needs.
The College 2 Career program offers an opportunity for students
to experience college life and reach their post-secondary
educational and employment goals. Participants receive
individualized supports, including supported student housing,
academic support, and participation in typical college
activities, as they work towards a degree or certificate program
leading to employment.
Currently this program is available at LBCC. Students attending
other colleges may receive support from Disabled Student Services
offered by the campus, such as registration assistance,
counseling, note-takers, assistive computer technology, etc. If
students need personal assistance to support activities of daily
living while on campus, HRC may assist with providing this
Representative Payee/Money Management
For clients/families who are not able to manage monthly benefits
from Social Security, HRC may provide representative payee