Life Enrichment Services

The Life Enrichment Services program includes four areas: Life Skills, the Leisure League, Golden Years and the Passport Program. Individuals can participate either part-time or full-time in all programs, with the exception of Golden Years, which is part-time only.

Life Skills provides opportunities for choices in both center-based and community-based activities that promote the development of interpersonal, pre-vocational and self-care skills, leisure and recreation pursuits, volunteerism, and communication and social interaction.

The Golden Years retirement program is available to individuals 55 years of age and older and offers a variety of supports and services to older persons with disabilities. The program assists individuals in accessing existing senior programs, services, activities and community resources.

Leisure League provides opportunities for socialization and development of hobbies, offering outings to community attractions, as well as volunteer opportunities.

In the Passport Program, individuals learn about community resources and volunteer for local organizations.  They also learn such skills as cooking, sewing and painting.