This program focuses on enhancing the many life skills of people with significant cognitive and physical involvement. It encompasses activities in various domains including physical restoration, educational activities, social adaptation, vocational skill development, fine motor enhancement, leisure activities, personal care, safety skills and community involvement.
Population Served: People with significant cognitive involvement and/or pervasive medical care needs over the age of 16.
The Bulova Center:
Provides an opportunity for people with higher support needs and low level of interest in full time work to be involved in stimulating and creative activities.
Program goal is to increase functional behavioral and vocational supports that will enable the participants to become fully involved in their communities.
The program is coordinated by experienced professionals in the field of intellectual disability with input from direct care staff.
Offers a wide array of activities that are included in weekly program plans for each participant.
Develops individual goals for each person through the individual plan process.
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