Adult Children with Developmental Disabilities

Via West Overnight Summer Camp - Adults 18+

Reality TV - August 16-20 OR August 18-20. Check-in is from 10:00am-12:00pm on the first day and check-out is from 1:00-3:00pm on the last day

Day program option from 9:00am-8:00pm is available every day of the session.

Traditional overnight programs provide independent living skills and executive functioning, all while having so much fun. Activities are themed to each weekend and include cooking, hiking, swimming, music, sports, dramatic arts, creative arts, and more. Sessions are 3 days or 7 days in length.

Via West Overnight Summer Camp - Adults 18+

Fantastic Beasts - July 5-9 OR July 7-9. Check-in is from 10:00am-12:00pm on the first day and check-out is from 1:00-3:00pm on the last day

Day program option from 9:00am-8:00pm is available every day of the session.

Traditional overnight programs provide independent living skills and executive functioning, all while having so much fun. Activities are themed to each weekend and include cooking, hiking, swimming, music, sports, dramatic arts, creative arts, and more. Sessions are 3 days or 7 days in length.

Via West Overnight Summer Camp - Adults 18+

Walking on Sunshine - June 21-25 OR June 23-25. Check-in is from 10:00am-12:00pm on the first day and check-out is from 1:00-3:00pm on the last day

Day program option from 9:00am-8:00pm is available every day of the session.

Traditional overnight programs provide independent living skills and executive functioning, all while having so much fun. Activities are themed to each weekend and include cooking, hiking, swimming, music, sports, dramatic arts, creative arts, and more. Sessions are 3 days or 7 days in length.

Adult Monthly Social

Come join us on the last Tuesday of the month for some fun! Each month will have a different theme or activity. Examples include Bingo, holiday parties, playing in the game room, arts and crafts, etc. Please register in advance to reserve your spot. Contact the community center if you would like to receive a flyer with details of the month's event. Participants must be able to function in a 1:8 staff to participant ratio and be independent with personal care needs. 

Class # 210.1.4032.

Adult Monthly Social - Make Your Own Trail Mix and Movie Night

Come join us for a fun summertime evening. We will put a movie in the big hall and everyone will have a chance to make their own trail mix to enjoy with the movie. We will have nuts, popcorn, raisins, candies, etc.
If it’s a hot day, we might even break out the snow cone machine to help us cool off!
We have a few movies to choose from so we will vote at the beginning of the night (Karate Kid, Trolls, Moana, or Secret life of pets?)

Participants must be able to function in a 1:8 staff to participant ratio and be independent with personal care needs. 

Limited Conservatorship

Join us and Learn How to Prepare and Protect Your Loved One Approaching Adulthood

Please be our guest for an interactive presentation by special needs planning attorney Lorna J. Drope on limited conservatorship. Learn how a limited conservatorship can protect an adult with developmental disabilities from harm or exploitation while allowing for the development of maximum self-reliance and independence.

Topics to be covered include:

Introduction to Limited Conservatorships

Special Needs Trusts and the ABLE Act

Learn how the Achieving a Better Life Experience (ABLE) Act is positively impacting the lives of individuals with disabilities. The ABLE Act allows individuals with special needs to accumulate wealth while still qualifying for government benefits.

With the new ABLE Act, is a special needs trust still necessary to preserve assets for your loved one with special needs? Learn the answer to this question and many more as attorney Lorna J. Drope presents on Special Needs Trusts and the ABLE Act.

Topics to be covered include:
Special Needs Trusts

The BFF Project Event Ages 18+

The BFF Project provides an opportunity for people who are ready to increase their social pool or to have an opportunity to meet with others that enjoy the same things as them. 

The best match is for those that may express loneliness, you observe loneliness, or they say would like to meet people to hang out with. Not sure? Visit and see if it might be a good fit.

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