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Re-Education Services Vocational Programming

The Re-Ed ACCESS adult vocational programming was created out of necessity to continue our mission of serving individuals with special needs as they aged out of school age services. The adult vocational program was recently established to provide continued support for students as they age out of school services (Age 22). Our mission is to help individuals with disabilities
develop independent skills, confidence, and workplace experience and generalize and maintain those skills in an integrated employment. Our staff provide education, job training and job coaching services to individuals with disabilities.

Who is eligible?
Adults over 18 years old who have been approved for the IO Waiver (Individual’s Options)/Level 1 Waiver. Our program educates and supervises adult with Autism, Asperger’s Syndrome, Down Syndrome, Developmental Delays, PDDNOS, TBI and other disabilities that require special assistance/support.

What skills are taught?
Options vary and may include the following:
> Social Skills Training
> Self Care/ Grooming/ Hygiene
> Recreation & Leisure
> Vocational Skill building
> Employment Opportunities
> Independent living skill’s training
> Transportation assistance/training
Clients may work in small group enclaves or with 1 on 1 support depending on needs.

Transportation?

Yes, Re-Ed has it’s own fleet of community vans. Transportation is available within a given radius and based on availability.

How do I refer a Client?

For adults 22 & older, you can contact their SSA from the local DD Services or you can call us at (440) 257-3131 for more information.

 

Healthy Heart Month

February is Healthy Heart Month.  Students are learning about the importance of a healthy heart and ways to improve heart health.  In addition, there is a competition going on between the classes – a penny war!  Proceeds from the battle will go to the American Heart Association.

Upcoming Events – March

March 12 – Therapeutic Riding Begins

March 15 – 1/2 Day -Dismissal at 11:15

March 25-March 31 – Spring Break

 

 

NCCC Supports Autism

NCCC was developed and created as an opportunity to provide resources, training, and employment for lifelong learners embracing Autism.

The NCCC original concept, building design, and marketing have been a collaboration by students from local schools.   The students of Re-Education benefit and learn weekly at NCCC.  To help support our students and the NCCC program go to www.northcoastcorn.com and make your popcorn purchase today!