Home and Community Life
Transportation: You need to plan how you will get to work and social activities. You can drive, share a ride, walk, ride a bike, or take the bus.
Housing: As you become more independent, you may choose to move away from home to a house, apartment, or group home, depending on your own preferences and your independent living skills.
Community Activities: In your free time, you may want to take some classes, play sports, join a support group, or participate in a day support program. Our community offers many choices for leisure activities.
Health and Wellness: You need to keep yourself healthy through good nutrition, exercise, adequate sleep and regular medical care. There are many resources for health care in our community.
Independent Living Skills: Adult life takes a variety of skills. Some skills can be learned at home or at school before leaving high school. Some community programs offer classes or practice settings to help you learn skills.
Assistive Technology: AT is any item used to increase, maintain, or improve functional capabilities of individuals with disabilities. AT can be used to help you live more independently at home or carry out your work duties.