In the Discovery Day Program,
there are 4 course offerings and 6 physical rooms.
The rooms/offerings are: Leisure-Vocational
II, Continuing Education,
Production, Prime Timers
Let me explain each course offering in depth:
combination of leisure-base activities and vocational opportunities for the
slower paced consumers.
Folks are encouraged to work at their own pace with a variety of
active engagement activities built in to their schedule.
Sometimes, a consumer gets tired of working at a continuous pace;
so we break up the routine by offering other activities which may be of
Every consumer has their own schedule modified for their level of
just that…consumers continue to work on enhancing basic daily living skills.
Sign language, meal skills, etc.
Of course, there are various activities built-in to their
schedules too so that they may enjoy a variety while continuing the learning
are for the consumers who are interested in a purely social, and enjoyable
experience while at the day services program.
These folks participate in social activities for the duration.
There are musical and sensory stimulation type activities offered.
This is the most popular offering in day services.
Consumers who want to work and earn a paycheck choose this
This is a little faster paced program.
The current work opportunities offered are shredding, can
crushing, and the up and coming reception program.
We will offer any activity in any room;
the rooms have specific theme offerings, but that does not always mean that
the consumer will choose that room.
Maybe their friends or roommates are in a room they want to be in
but the consumer wants to participate in a specific activity not offered in
the physical room.