“Success, to me, is having a great job, living on my own and being around great people. I finally have this and I am so grateful to PathPoint.” — Mark, PathPoint Participant
Every parent wants their child to be successful, to feel safe and to be included. PathPoint provides comprehensive training and support services that empower individuals with disabilities or disadvantages to live and work as valued members of our communities.
PathPoint’s spectrum of services is designed to fully support a person throughout his or her lifetime. We recognize people as individuals and offer flexible supports to address changing interests and goals. PathPoint facilitates greater independence in daily living, less dependence on direct care and increased community integration. People supported by PathPoint are independent and valued.
Your loved one may be referred to PathPoint through a referring agency such as the California Department of Rehabilitation, your local regional center or county social services office. If you are not currently connected to a referring agency, you may also request private pay services for your loved one. Private pay agreements are based on the scope of services to be provided.
Upon receiving a request for services, PathPoint conducts detailed assessments identifying the strengths and interests of each individual. This information assists PathPoint in making recommendations for program services that are discussed with the individual, family and/or referring agencies.
Upon enrollment, PathPoint provides updated assessments through semiannual or annual meetings with the individual and his or her circle of support. During this time we review progress, set goals, and identify additional supports, if any, needed to ensure success. We work with thousands of caring community members, employers, donors, and families, just like yours, to empower individuals with physical, developmental, and psychiatric disabilities, as well as individuals who are economically disadvantaged. Let PathPoint assist your loved one in finding his or her path to independence.
For more information on our services, or opportunities to become involved, please contact the PathPoint office in your area.