Flexibility. Personal Growth. Independence.
Life skills training for young adults with disabilities.
Learning new skills for fun or to get a job can be exciting and rewarding. PAI offers opportunities for young adults with disabilities to participate in life skills training through a variety of activities. Our staff offers support and assistance when needed, while allowing young people in our day training and habilitation programs plenty of opportunities for personal growth.
At PAI, we believe it is important for people with disabilities to be involved in activities that make sense for them. The activities and levels of support PAI offers are based on the needs, interests and desires of each individual in our programs. We offer a structured environment with access to specialized support for people who have intellectual and developmental disability (IDD), autism spectrum disorder, and traumatic brain injury.
Our goal is to help individuals enjoy a full, well-rounded life. We offer classes to teach the skills people with disabilities need to be engaged in paid work. We also provide opportunities to develop personal interests, both in community and on site by encouraging hobbies, like gardening and volunteering in the community. Other classes focus on life skills training, such as: social skills, self-help and daily living skills, self-advocacy, yoga, health and wellness, safety skills and problem solving. Assistive technology and adaptive equipment is used to help those in our day programs for people with disabilities participate as fully as possible in the activities that interest them most