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WHITTIER ADULT DAY HEALTH CARE CENTER
14268 E. TELEGRAPH ROAD
WHITTIER CA 90604
(562) 944-6986
Y.M.C.A. OF GREATER WHITTIER
12510 E. HADLEY STREET
WHITTIER CA 90601
(562) 945-5304
STRIDE is a program of the YMCA of Greater Whittier. It is a day program that helps developmentally disabled adults achieve their highest potential in the community and in everyday life. Participants are at the STRIDE program center daily up to 30 hours per week, with activities focusing on daily living skills, practical math, computer usage, using community resources, functional reading and vocational prep. The STRIDE program is located at the Uptown YMCA facility. Here at STRIDE you will be able to enjoy our year round program with many resources. We observe national holidays and extended breaks at Christmas and Spring.
HELP FOR BRAIN INJURED CHILDREN INC. - EMILY'S PLACE UNIVERSITY
15915 RUSSELL STREET
WHITTIER CA 90603
(562) 270-1096
HBIC's Adult Day Program, Emily's Place University, has been a long time coming, and it's final here! Just a short time ago, a lease was signed with the East Whittier Friends Church that will give HBIC's new Adult Day Program, Emily's Place University, a home. Though the building was basically turn-key, some upgrades had to be made to accommodate our clients. Currently, Far Pointe Construction of La Habra is working on room modifications and getting everything up to ADA (Americans with Disabilities Act) standards. We foresee a move-in date of mid-October. Until then, you can drive by our new site at 15915 Russell (one block north of Whittier Blvd.) in Whittier. HBIC’s newly developed Adult Program provides support, community awareness and vocational training to individuals beyond the age of typical special education programs (22+yrs). The primary focus is eventual job placement, allowing the individual to become a productive member of society. Funding will be used for our new Adult Day Program (ADP), Emily's Place University, located in Whittier, CA. As the result of an internal study by BIOLA University, parents/care takers of current and past students indicated the desire for a program that would allow their child to remain with HBIC in a productive & beneficial environment beyond the age of 22 years old; at which time, an individual with a disability is no longer a part of the public education system. The mission of the HBIC ADP is to provide quality support for meaningful community integration and employment of people with significant multiple disabilities through person-centered planning, highly qualified staff, and growth opportunities for all. Integrated Employment is the main focus of the program with opportunities for placement in a variety of job areas including clerical, food services, janitorial services and flyer distribution. Volunteer work is also done at local non-profit agencies, restaurants and local senior care facilities. Community integrated activities include pedestrian training, money management, schedule/time management, recreation/leisure, and community interaction. Community training is functional and is based on individual needs. The HBIC Adult Day Program provides ongoing staff and job coach support with a staff-to-consumer ratio no greater than 1:3, with the exception of a small percentage of consumers requiring 1:1 support.
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