Community Integration Program (day services) focuses on life-enhancing activities, active learning and community involvement. The program keeps individuals engaged in activities, volunteering in the community, learning daily living skills and teaching responsibility.
The program serves 55 clients. The clients volunteer over 800 hours a month for Meals on Wheels, Helping Hands Humane Society, Let’s Help, Topeka Rescue Mission and many more.
- engage in a variety of activities
- choose learning experiences
- volunteer in the community
- learn nutrition
- learn daily living skills
- learn responsibility
Services are designed to promote learning, growth and independence and reflect individual interests. All aspects of life are valued and we look at all of the above plus relationships, exercise and personal interest knowing good emotional and physical health makes the lives of our clients better.
We are always looking for ways to offer more opportunities for our clients to gain independence. With new technology and numerous resources we build new and motivating experiences into every day. The CIP area has an accessible computer lab, full kitchen to learn cooking skills and a job coaching program that is a reflection of the individuals who choose to enroll in our Community Integration Program.
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