Our Community Connections activities promote the emotional, physical and social health of those we serve. Geared toward supporting people of different abilities, backgrounds and interests, our activities encourage independence, inclusion and friendship. By connecting with local community groups, area schools and volunteers, our programs teach self-advocacy, life skills and safety.
Our Community Connections team works with the SSA and Early Intervention (EI) departments to ensure we are helping the people we serve achieve their definition of a "good life." We then work with each person to create activities that address their goals and interests.
Creating an inclusive community, one connection at a time.
From learning a new skill to making a new friend, we want the people we serve to live, work and play as full members of our community.
Life Skills Courses
Advocacy lies at the core of our services, and our Life Skills courses are crucial in helping those we serve enhance their confidence and learn skills necessary for independent living.
Basic Cooking Skills
By partnering with local groups like the OSU Extension Office Miami County, we offer a variety of cooking classes, such as healthy living, basic skills and more.
Rights & Responsibilities
In order to live their definition of a good life, we encourage those we serve to know and understand their rights and responsibilities.
From everyday interactions to romantic relationships to social media, we want those we serve to be safe and respectful to others.
Vision for a Good Life
Using the Charting the LifeCourse, we help each person we serve determine what their good life.
Programs like Life Skills, Friends Night Out and Adventures in Advocacy group empower participants to consider 3 key elements when determining their "good life."