- School Program: provides full-day special education instruction to children ages 5-21, based on each student's Individual Education Plan (IEP).
- Supported Employment (SEMP): Staff assists individuals 18 years and older in obtaining and maintaining competitive employment, working alongside co-workers without disabilities and earning at least minimum wage. Partners with area businesses to place talented and diverse workers in jobs that meet the employer’s unique workforce needs
- Community-Based Prevocational Services: habilitation services that assist individuals to develop employment readiness skills, provided in the most integrated setting appropriate to the needs of the individual receiving such services. The services consist of learning and work experiences, including volunteer work that is not job-task specific, but contributes to an individual’s ability to attain paid employment in the community
- Special Touch Bakery: Serves as an opportunity for adults with developmental disabilities to learn production and food service skills at their own pace while earning a weekly paycheck.
- Partners With Industry (PWI): Trains individuals in achieving maximum production and high quality levels. They perform subcontract work such as sorting, assembly, fulfillment, shrink wrapping, bulk mailings and other labor intensive work
- Service Coordination: Medicaid-funded service that assists people with developmental disabilities in accessing supports and services
- Out & About: Extracurricular recreational program that allows adults and students who are enrolled in the Home and Community Based Waiver Program through OPWDD to broaden their recreational and social skills and knowledge
- Health Center (Article 16 Clinic): Comprehensive diagnostic and treatment services to the agency’s student and adult populations, including state-mandated health screenings (vision, hearing and scoliosis), emergency first aid, the administration of medications and illness assessment
- Day Habilitation
- Community Habilitation
Eligibility: School Program: ages 5-21 years. Adult Training Program: ages 21+ years, no age cap and are Medicaid eligible. Community Habilitation: Medicaid eligible and by 23 have one documented developmental disability.
Application Process: Call office.
Required Documentation: Call for information.
Fees: School Program: Yes. Call for information. Adult Training Program: no fee for service.
Genesee, Livingston, Monroe, Ontario, Orleans, Seneca, Steuben and Wayne Counties.
100 Groton Parkway
Rochester NY 14623