Program designed to give young adults (ages 17–24) the opportunity to complete their education, connect with apprenticeships, and receive workforce training, mental health services and housing assistance.
Program that pairs students with intellectual and developmental disabilities in one-to-one friendships with typical peers. Planned social events provide the opportunity for adults with IDD to be involved in campus and community life.
Annual five-day leadership program for teens with disabilities that provides information and resources about employment, education, independence and assistive technology at CSU Sacramento.
Full-year post-secondary programs at six colleges and universities provide young adults with Asperger’s, high-functioning Autism, ADHD, nonverbal and other learning differences with the social, academic, career and life skills necessary for success.
Provides services and courses to help students with disabilities reach their
academic and vocational goals. The instructional component promotes equal participation in mainstream academic programs.
Facilitates inclusive and sustainable learning environments and increases opportunities for access and success for students with disabilities through innovative support services.
Serves Point Loma Nazarene students with a learning, physical, medical, or psychological disability through tutoring, paper editing, assistive devices, and other accommodations.
Promotes the integration of all individuals, including those with disabilities, into education, work, family and community life. The Institute conducts research, training and education using a variety
San Diego, 92120
Cognitive behavioral therapy, cognitive enhancement and social communication skills training for young adults to increase self-awareness, executive functioning skills, self-regulation, coping and interpersonal skills to successfully manage life and prepare for college.
Program designed to help students succeed at college by developing a Student Education Plan according to academic and vocational goals, strengths and limitations.
Facilitates services for students with disabilities and creates an encouraging environment enabling them to participate in regular
Provides adults with disabilities who are ready, willing and able to work, the opportunity to find employment and independence through job placement and training under the supervision of PWI job coaches.
(City, Mesa, Miramar, Continuing Education)
Programs for students with learning and physical disabilities.
College level 14-week course that includes UCLA’s PEERS social skills curriculum and Michelle Garcia Winner’s Social Thinking strategies to help transitioning adults gain and maintain personal and professional relationships.
TERI understands the social and emotional needs of individuals with developmental disabilities in the transition stage. TERI has a model for learning that supports any age and learning style and meets the needs of students while maintaining individual supports to help them reach their goals.
National organization dedicated to developing, expanding, and improving inclusive higher education for people with intellectual disabilities. Supports evidence-based and student centered research by sharing knowledge, guiding change, informing public policy, and providing an exceptional find-a-college tool.
Specialists analyze the workplace and the individual to make recommendations on job placement and transition programs and consult on the IEP. They also determine what adaptations will make the workplace sensory-friendly.
San Diego, 92121
Partnership between the SDCCD and the California Department of Rehabilitation (DOR). Program provides career counseling services to students with disabilities with the goal of obtaining and retaining employment.
San Diego, 92108