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Day Services Program

Overview

Indian Creek Foundation’s Vocational Services division provides day programming, vocational training and employment options for individuals with intellectual or developmental disabilities. From on-the-job training to supported volunteerism, Indian Creek Foundation staff seeks to identify interests, build skills and assist those served in achieving their goals.

Admission to our Vocational Services is initiated through the county referral process. Contact your Supports Coordinator for more information on the vocational referral process.

Private pay options are also available for these services.

 

Adult Training Facility (ATF)

The Adult Training Facility (ATF) is a day program designed to serve adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities, who need greater support and care of their personal needs. Skill building activities include pre-vocational, daily living, social interaction and communication. Activities and volunteer opportunities are provided to develop personal growth and integrate into the community.

Admission to the Adult Training Facility program is initiated through the county referral process. Contact your Supports Coordinator for more information on the vocational referral process.

Private pay options are also available.

For more information, contact the Director of Vocational Services at 267-203-1500 x 132.

Facility Based Work Program

Facility Based Work Program provides vocational training and hands-on work opportunities for adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities. On-site training is provided using a variety of jobs subcontracted from businesses in the community. Work such as bulk mail, assembly, packaging, rework, shrink wrapping and sorting is completed.

 Admission to the Facility Based Work Program is initiated through the county referral process. Contact your Supports Coordinator for more information on the vocational referral process.

Private pay options are also available.

For more information, contact the Director of Vocational Services at 267-203-1500 x 132.

Older Adult Daily Living Center

The Older Adult Daily Living Center (OADLC) provides day services to individuals 60 and older with developmental disabilities who have decided to retire from traditional day services, yet still desire to remain as active as possible. Focus is given to improving or maintaining the individual’s functional skills in order to promote personal growth, enhance self esteem, and encourage community connection; memory care is provided to individuals who require it.

Admission to the Transitional Employment Program is initiated through the county referral process. Contact your Supports Coordinator for more information on the vocational referral process.

Private pay options are also available.

For more information, contact the Director of Vocational Services at 267-203-1500 x 132.