At PathPoint, we believe that all individuals, regardless of their developmental disability, physical challenges, or concurrent medical conditions, need stimulating activities and social interaction in a meaningful environment.
Community Access Programs provide day programming for individuals with moderate to severe physical and developmental disabilities who generally reside at home, in long-term care facilities, or in intermediate care facilities.
We offer programs, services and facilities that support community integration and learning in a sanitary, well-maintained, healthy, and stimulating environment. Activities are designed to maintain a high quality of life while encouraging maximum social, intellectual, and physical capabilities. Our services provide the support necessary to allow people with special needs to live with dignity and self-confidence in their community and enjoy their lives.
Community Access Programs also provide vocational training, work-readiness assistance, and community access skills. Participants may receive part-time paid vocational training at a variety of community employment sites. The portion of the day not devoted to vocational training is dedicated to community access and social survival skills: banking, budgeting, public transportation, safety and recreational planning.