For many PathPoint participants, the goal of living independently is best achieved through the support of others. We believe that fostering independence allows those with varying abilities and circumstances to thrive in their local communities.
PathPoint facilitates greater independence in daily living, less dependence on direct care and increased community integration. Our Independent Living Programs offer individuals with special needs the assistance and support required to live in their communities as independently as possible. PathPoint staff work with residents to plan, coordinate, and provide the services that they may need and prefer to achieve their goals.
Our instructors teach participants independent living skills and household responsibilities such as cooking, cleaning, shopping, and personal care. Participants attend classes designed to teach community mobility and safety, personal effectiveness, social skills, social-sexual education, health and nutrition, recreation planning, and budgeting and banking.