Our Adult Day Treatment Program (DTA) is a program funded through the Division of Developmental Disabilities (DDD) for adults with disabilities age 18 and over.
All DTA consumers are assessed using the Assessment of Functional Living Skills (AFLS) to help inform the creation of individualized goals for their planning document.
AFLS Assesses 17 Skill Areas:
Consumers work on their individualized goals in 7 physical areas in the DTA program with support provided as needed from Direct Support Professionals (DSP).
Room 1: Time, phone, and money skills
Room 2: Community knowledge and safety
Room 3: Basic communication
Kitchen: Kitchen skills like cooking, dining, and food management
Laundry Room: Clothing and laundry skills
Outdoor Garden Area, Sports Court, Swimming Pool:
Gardening, animal care, sports, exercise, and swimming
Our consumers research and vote on where they would like to go each month. Examples of past outings:
Our DTA consumers also have the opportunity to participant in program enhancements like:
Weekly group Music Therapy sessions
Weekly Mindful Movement classes
Bi-monthly art lessons
Gardening in our in-ground gardens and garden boxes and harvesting produce to make new recipes
Tending chickens and selling their eggs to families and staff
Who doesn’t want to have fun on Fridays? Our consumers are no exception. These are some activities they like to participate in:
Social games: “Minute it to Win It”, get to know you games, relay races, team building games etc.
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