California State University at Fresno Wayfinders

Wayfinders at Fresno State is an inclusive, postsecondary, independent living program for students with intellectual and developmental disabilities. Students in the Wayfinders Program increase their independence by experiencing university life in an age appropriate setting along with their university peers through facilitated and non-facilitated interactions.
Students in the Wayfinders Program are expected to live in the Palazzo Apartments at Campus Point at the campus of Fresno State.
Students in the Wayfinders Program take classes that are focused on preparing them for transition into an independent living arrangement of their choice after graduation. The Wayfinders Program curriculum is based on the best practices of existing inclusive postsecondary programs.
This program qualifies as a comprehensive transition program, a federal designation that allows for financial aid to students in the program. 
2743 E. Shaw Ave Suite 101 M/S OF135
93710 Fresno , CA
Mon, May 11, 2020: 10:16 pm
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I am interested in visiting Wayfinders office to discuss the opportunity to volunteer in the program parents helping parents. I have a son who is intellectually disabled and lives in a group home in Clovis. I was formerly the Director of Family Programs for Special Olympics International in Washington DC for more than 10 years. I would appreciate your consideration for a visit to your office. Jim Santos

Hi Jim, This is PHP's resource directory volunteer. If you wish to speak to Wayfinders, please use the contact info we provide to contact them. If you wish to contact PHP, please call or email

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