Day Services

Overview

Aditus offers community based day and life-long learning opportunities for people age twenty-two (22) through retirement with Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD), Pervasive Developmental Disorder-Not Otherwise Specified (PDD-NOS), Asperger Syndrome (AS), Intellectual and other Developmental Disabilities, Brain Injury, Mental Illness, Behavioral Health, Attention Deficit Disorder, and those who due to attention, language, motor, social, emotional, and regulation problems need a structured program of support during the day. Our Community Based Day services provide a wide range of opportunities for people to expand their lives, develop skills, and enhance their networks and community connections.  Integral to this service is our belief that people should be empowered   to create a plan of service that addresses their individual needs and preferences. Self-Determination and Self-Advocacy are fundamental to this service. Our Community Based Day Service includes, but are not limited to: career exploration including assessing of vocational interests through volunteer experiences or situational assessments; community integration experiences to support the fullest participation in community life; skill development and training; expansion of activity of daily living and independent living skills; social skills training and opportunities for socialization experiences to support and enhance interpersonal skills; and the pursuit of personal interests, creative pursuits, and hobbies.