Southern California Fires: Our programs in the affected areas are dependent on local conditions in terms of fire and air quality. Please contact your local PathPoint office or email: email@example.com for updates on any temporary program/office closures. Our top priority is the health and safety of our participants and staff.
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.