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POMONA VALLEY WORKSHOP
10550 RAMONA SUITE A & B
MONTCLAIR CA 91763
(909) 624-3555
PVW was founded in 1966 by a group of determined parents who were willing to take great risks to ensure a full and productive life for each of their disabled adult children. It was a humble beginning with only 15 clients that today has blossomed into five distinct consumer services programs that serve over 400 clients annually.
POMONA VALLEY WORKSHOP-'ROUND ABOUT SENIOR SVCS
4669 HOLT BLVD.
MONTCLAIR CA 91763
(909) 399-3449
PVW was founded in 1966 by a group of determined parents who were willing to take great risks to ensure a full and productive life for each of their disabled adult children. It was a humble beginning with only 15 clients that today has blossomed into five distinct consumer services programs that serve over 400 clients annually.
OPARC ADULT DEVELOPMENT CENTER-MONTCLAIR
4650 ARROW HWY. SUITE G21
MONTCLAIR CA 91763
(909) 625-0213
In 1960, California adopted the Lanterman Act that established the responsibility of all citizens to provide financial resources to help people with disabilities achieve their full potential. OPARC responded by expanding a variety of programs for people with Down Syndrome, epilepsy, autism, cerebral palsy, and mental retardation. Today, OPARC serves more than 700 adults in a wide variety of programs, including academic instruction, speech pathology classes to enhance communication skills, community access, behavior management, on-site assistance with the activities of daily living, and the opportunity to engage in paid and volunteer work. More than half of OPARC’s clients hold full-time or part-time jobs, enhancing the productivity of the Inland Empire economic community and increasing the self-esteem of the workers. Developmental and vocational disabilities significantly affect the ability of people to care for themselves and earn a living wage. Many individuals with disabilities have impaired motor functions, and most have extremely limited ability to express themselves verbally. OPARC operates ADC facilities in the cities of Montclair, Ontario, and Rancho Cucamonga that provide programs on week days. These sites help clients make choices about how and where they live, work, and socialize. Clients’ goals frequently emphasize increased independence and productivity. Some OPARC clients work and volunteer in the community, maintaining landscapes of local businesses, providing janitorial services, and volunteering at animal shelters and area parks. When not working, clients visit banks, shopping malls, and participate in recreational activities of their choice.
OPARC ADULT DEVELOPMENTAL CENTER-MONTE VISTA
9160 MONTE VISTA AVE.
MONTCLAIR CA 91763
(909) 621-3884
In 1960, California adopted the Lanterman Act that established the responsibility of all citizens to provide financial resources to help people with disabilities achieve their full potential. OPARC responded by expanding a variety of programs for people with Down Syndrome, epilepsy, autism, cerebral palsy, and mental retardation. Today, OPARC serves more than 700 adults in a wide variety of programs, including academic instruction, speech pathology classes to enhance communication skills, community access, behavior management, on-site assistance with the activities of daily living, and the opportunity to engage in paid and volunteer work. More than half of OPARC’s clients hold full-time or part-time jobs, enhancing the productivity of the Inland Empire economic community and increasing the self-esteem of the workers. Developmental and vocational disabilities significantly affect the ability of people to care for themselves and earn a living wage. Many individuals with disabilities have impaired motor functions, and most have extremely limited ability to express themselves verbally. OPARC operates ADC facilities in the cities of Montclair, Ontario, and Rancho Cucamonga that provide programs on week days. These sites help clients make choices about how and where they live, work, and socialize. Clients’ goals frequently emphasize increased independence and productivity. Some OPARC clients work and volunteer in the community, maintaining landscapes of local businesses, providing janitorial services, and volunteering at animal shelters and area parks. When not working, clients visit banks, shopping malls, and participate in recreational activities of their choice. The ADC on Monte Vista Avenue in Montclair specializes in serving clients with severe physical disabilities who require more medical attention than most other clients. Speech pathology classes designed to enhance the ability of clients to communicate, and academic instruction, are also available to ADC clients.
FIRST STEP INDEPENDENT LIVING PROGRAM, INC.
8880 BENSON AVE, #103/105/107
MONTCLAIR CA 91763
(909) 949-1780
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