Facilitates inclusive and sustainable learning environments and increases opportunities for access and success for students with disabilities through innovative support services.
El Cajon, CA 92019
Assessment and day program for teens and adults with disabilities who want to be more involved in their community or enter the workforce. Services include independent living skills, hygiene, job readiness training and social skills training.
NFAR’s vocational training programs are designed to advance work skills for young Autistic adults. Whether it’s to explore interests or to gain technical expertise and certifications, these comprehensive programs combine hard and soft skills training so that participants can feel more confident and successful when taking that next step.
Film and media production studio provides individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities creative, educational, social and economic opportunities to achieve self-sufficiency and community inclusion. Training in digital media, filmmaking and photography as well as pathways to employment via mentorships, paid internships and shadowing professionals.
Inclusive, year-round program designed to support people of different abilities and needs (ages 8+), who have a passion for video games and technology. Participants focus on making friends, improving physical health and well-being, playing on a team, and learning about different aspects of gaming and technology. Perfect for individuals looking to improve their social life, enhance skills in various aspects of technology, become stronger physically and mentally, and collaborate with peers.