John Paul II Center’s Adult Program is part of a lifelong journey that encourages individuals to find meaning in everyday life. Starting at age 21, adults with disabilities are empowered by choice, allowing them to choose daily activities designed to promote confidence and provide opportunities to maintain and develop new skills.
We strive to provide a superior level of care and guidance on multiple levels of service, which enables us to give each individual the attention they need in order to be successful.
There are a variety of activities, community outings, and services available to individuals that help with reaching personal goals:
• Music Therapy
• Occupational Therapy
• Speech Therapy
• Pet Therapy
• Arts and Crafts
• Trips to restaurants and museums
• Attending shows and local fairs
• Nature walks
The Adult Program also offers a part-time volunteer program for individuals who are capable of helping out within the community, thus providing another great way to work on social and functional skills. Take a look at our current offering of volunteer sites:
John Paul II Center is unique in that there are two programs under one roof: the School Age Program and the Adult Program. This sense of community allows our individuals to make friends, feel valued, and increase their social skills.
The adult program embraces the beauty of life and challenges each individual to do the same through meaningful activities, community service opportunities, and integration with volunteers and students of the John Paul II Center.
Together, the School-Age and Adult Programs are able to provide proper care taking to assist individuals in reaching their goals.