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School Break Program
Children Supplemental Group Day Habilitation
Club ASPIRE

Club ASPIRE

Children Supplemental Group Day Habilitation 

Available to children 6-21 years old with Intellectual/Developmental Disabilities (I/DD), including Autism Spectrum and Pervasive Developmental Disorder (PDD). This innovative, year-round program, available Monday through Friday, accommodates each child's communication and learning method. Children learn self-care, safety and social skills, money and time management, and communication skills. We offer a variety of structured activities such as cooking, homework assistance, arts & crafts, yoga, Zumba/dance, music, and art therapy classes. The children can access innovative technology and routinely utilize Smartboards and iPads to enjoy music, educational activities, videos, and much more. A newly created sensory room offers a therapeutic space for everyone to enjoy and benefit from.

If you are interested in coming in for a tour or would like to hear more about the program, please get in touch with us at (845)-505-3824.

These services are based out of our Warwick location in Orange County.

School Break Program

This program coincides with the Orange-Ulster BOCES school calendar and runs five times annually, Monday through Friday, from 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. This program offers full-day respite for kids aged 6-21. We bring in vendors who provide activities for the children. The child must live in Orange County and have a qualifying disability to attend the program.

 

If you are interested in coming in for a tour or would like to hear more about the program, please get in touch with us at (845)-505-3824.

These services are based out of our Warwick location in Orange County.

Adult Supplemental Group Day Habilitation 

This program is available to adults 21 years of age or older with Intellectual/Developmental Disabilities (I/DD), including Autism Spectrum and Pervasive Developmental Disorder (PDD), who are not residing in an OPWDD-certified home. 

This innovative, year-round program is available Monday through Friday, 3 p.m. to 6 p.m., and accommodates each individual based on their unique interests in various activities and community outings. The adults learn self-care, safety, and social skills, money and time management, and communication skills. This program offers a large indoor recreation area. As a technology-driven agency, we strive to provide the program participants with many opportunities to utilize different technology systems to achieve their goals. Within this program in Warwick, we have The Marshall and Sterling Technology Inclusion Center. We offer iPads and smartboards to work on areas such as safety skills, money management, self-advocacy, individual rights, reading and math skills, job readiness, etc. We also use these devices for recreational activities such as exercise, puzzles, music, and brain games. We provide various weekly community outings, including bowling, arcades, ceramics, art classes, movies, and more. Transportation accommodations can be made with consideration of a 15-mile radius from the program site.

 

If you are interested in coming in for a tour or would like to hear more about the program, please get in touch with us at (845)-505-3824.

These services are based out of our Warwick location in Orange County.

Adult Supplemental Group Day Habilitation 
Club ATLAS

Club ATLAS
(Site Based Day Habilitation Program)

Club ATLAS (Advanced Training and Learning for Adult Success) is a site-based day habilitation program, that supports individuals with Autism and Intellectual/developmental disabilities (I/DD) as they reach their full potential. Our goal is to assist each individual in achieving their highest level of independence with support, encouragement, training, education, and ample exposure to community opportunities that enhance the quality of their lives.

This program emphasizes independent living skills, vocational skills, social skills, community inclusion, and self-advocacy to increase their personal capacity and development. As a technology-driven agency, we strive to provide our program participants with opportunities to utilize many different technology systems to achieve their goals. Within our program building in Warwick, we have The Marshall and Sterling Technology Inclusion Center. Our individuals can use iPads and smart boards to work on various skills such as safety, money management, self-advocacy, individual rights, reading and math skills, job readiness, etc. We also use these devices for recreational activities such as exercise, puzzles, music, and brain games. The interests and talents of our adult participants are tapped and paired with activities in the areas of daily living and social and recreational skills.

 

Individuals who attend Club ATLAS are involved with the community and volunteer with Meals on Wheels, Petals from the Heart Program, Project Clean, Friendly Visitors, Renee Rabbit Rescue, and many more.

If you are interested in coming in for a tour or would like to hear more about the program, please get in touch with us at (845)-505-3824.

These services are based out of our Warwick location in Orange County.

Day Habilitation Programs

Day Habilitation Programs

Without Walls Day Programs (WOW) are community-based, person-centered programs that focus on developing fundamental living skills, socialization skills, and recreation skills. The individuals participating have access to many different technology programs and systems throughout their day at the program. We utilize a visual scheduling program that creates the daily schedule. Each person can see which group, activity, and staff member they are scheduled with for the day. Without Walls program participants perform volunteer services in their communities to build meaningful relationships with store owners, local senior citizens, and outreach agencies, allowing them to participate daily in activities as valued community members. We volunteer with Meals on Wheels, work with local law offices, stock shelves at local thrift stores, recycle bottles and cans, collect food items for local food pantries, and more. 

Recreational activities for individuals are based on what interests they would like to explore in our local community, including gym memberships at the YMCA, Therapeutic Horseback Riding, art and music therapy classes, bowling, movies, amusement parks, apple picking in the fall, and much more.

 

These WOW programs are based out of Project FAME in Poughkeepsie,

Petals from the Heart in Poughkeepsie and Warwick and Club ATLAS WOW in Warwick.

Petals from th Heart

Petals from the Heart

WE BELIEVE IN THE HEALING POWER OF FLOWERS

Petals from the Heart program came from the realization that beautifully arranged flowers are often discarded after only a few hours of use. The basis of the program is to repurpose gently used floral arrangements into fresh floral bouquets and to deliver them to others to spread cheer! For many, a lovely floral arrangement provides a sense of joy and appreciation. Our goal is to give back to our community by sharing small acts of kindness through the power of flowers.

 

Petals from the Heart program is run by ​the Without Walls Day (WOW) day habilitation group. This program offers so much for those participating and receiving, and it is an excellent opportunity to learn so many valuable and transferable skills in a manner that brings so much joy to others. Club Atlas and Project FAME, both participate in this program.

This is one of our volunteer programs that is based out of Poughkeepsie and Warwick.

Project FAME

Project FAME

Project FAME (Forming Associations through Meaningful Activities & Enriching Environments) is a With Out Walls (WOW) Day habilitation program, where participants are offered the chance to make choices, build relationships and become valued community members through volunteering. The program’s focus is on individual choice, building on fundamental living skills, socialization, and recreation.

This program is based out of Poughkeepsie.