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Hugh Edward Sandefur Training Center

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Angels' Place

Angels' Place provides homes and services to adults with developmental and intellectual disabilities. Our residents live in twenty homes (3-6 residents each) in the suburban Detroit, Michigan area -- Livonia, Southfield, Troy, Farmington, West Bloomfield, etc.

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L'Arche Mobile

L’Arche Mobile is a community in which people with and without intellectual disabilities share life together. Our goal is to establish life-long, family-like homes. Established in 1974, L’Arche Mobile consists of six homes, an Activity Center, and administrative offices. L’Arche Mobile currently has 26 Core Members (residents) and 53 Team Members (employees). L’Arche Mobile is a permanent member of the International Federation of L’Arche, which consists of over 153 communities in 38 countries.

UCP of Central Florida

United Cerebral Palsey (UCP) of Central Florida was originally formed in 1955 to serve young children with cerebral palsy. Since then we have evolved to serve children with a variety of disabilities in a SET (Support, Education and Therapy) services. Our education programs are inclusive - serving children with and without disabilities. The SSLP student is able to work with our services, in summer program classrooms, which include day care for pre-k and below children with and without disabilities, voluntary pre-kindergarten program, and summer camp for our elementary students.

Foundation Communities

Foundation Communities is a nonprofit agency committed to providing affordable housing and supportive services to over a thousand low-income and formerly homeless families and individuals. The student would be placed at Garden Terrace, a community that houses 123 individual residents (not families), many who are students, veterans, seniors, and individuals with disabilities. Foundation Communities seeks to provide stable, supportive housing and services that help to empower our residents to achieve educational success, financial stability, and healthier lifestyles.

Ottawa Friendship House

Ottawa Friendship House is located on 22 picturesque acres nestled along Covel Creek. The organization provides support to about 100 individuals with developmental disabilities daily. With a vibrant and cheerful atmosphere, the men and women of Ottawa Friendship House find opportunities to flourish in every aspect of their lives. Together with the support of a dedicated and talented staff we are changing disabilities into abilities.

NewView Oklahoma Inc.

For over six decades, NewView Oklahoma has fulfilled our mission to empower individuals facing vision loss to maximize their opportunities to live life without limits through all stages of life. By providing comprehensive rehabilitation services, we provide the tools and the training to assist people with vision loss to resume life as it was prior to the loss of sight. Many clients have chosen to re-enter the workforce and have found satisfying work through employment opportunities in our manufacturing, service contracts, administrative and rehab areas.


TARC is committed to providing service, support and advocacy to individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities. We are the largest and oldest provider of services to individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilites in Shawnee County, Kansas. We serve adults as well as infants and toddlers in our Early Intervention program.

Camp Gonnawannagoagin'

FACT creates social and recreational programs that improve social communication and quality of life for individuals (ages 4 to 21 years old) with autism and their families. Camp Gonnawannagoagin' is a fun filled, action packed day camp in Virginia Beach for 6 weeks each summer. Students, ages 4 to Adult with a primary diagnosis of autism, are eligible to attend. Daily swimming and field trips highlight the program that also includes music, crafts, sports, and games…everything a day camp for typical children offers, because children with autism are children first.

Divine Providence Village

Divine Providence Day Program provides day program servics for men and women with intellectual disabilities on the grounds of Our Lady of Fatima Parish serving individuals with a primary diagnosis of mental retardation 21 years and older. The student will have direct, daily contact with serving and supporting men and women with intelluctual disabilities in the Adult Training Facility (ATF) of the Day program. They require assistance for their personal needs, activities of daily living, activities in the program, feeding and other areas.

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December 2021

Information Session | Social Concerns Seminars
Tuesday, December 7, 2021 - 4:00pm
Information Session | Social Concerns Seminars
Wednesday, December 8, 2021 - 4:00pm

January 2022

Information Session | Social Concerns Seminars
Monday, January 10, 2022 - 4:00pm
Information Session | Social Concerns Seminars
Tuesday, January 11, 2022 - 4:00pm
Information Session | Social Concerns Seminars
Wednesday, January 12, 2022 - 4:00pm