TRANSITION SERVICES AND RESOURCES FOR YOUNG ADULTS (AGE 18-21)
· Education, Job, and Independent Living Services and Resources
SPARC, is an innovative clubhouse model supporting young adults with life-long physical and/or developmental disabilities. Life-skill development is accomplished through the guided activities presented by staff. Vocational skill development is accomplished through dynamic entrepreneurial projects. SPARC participants learn what it is like to operate a small business in direct support of their club. SPARC currently produces note cards and calendars showcasing participants own artwork and photography. Any adult over the age of 22 with a life-long disability is eligible to participate in SPARC.
Trauma expertise is not identified or does not apply for this provider.
This provider accepts Medicaid.
This provider accepts private Insurance.
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