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Adult Day Programs

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Skills Training and Education

The Arc San Joaquin adult day programs create an adult-learning environment where persons with intellectual and developmental disabilities learn and use adult living skills throughout the day. Activities are adapted to more easily learn and put into practice right away at the program, home and community. Adapted employment activities include collating, mail management, paper shredding, card making, and newsletter development and publication.

Volunteer sites are selected by client interest and ability to participate. Activities include dog walking at a local shelter, making dog blankets, toys and biscuits to donate to non-profit dog and cat foster families, and helping keep parks clean as part of the Mayor’s volunteer initiative, Volunteers in Service to Aid Stockton  (VISTAS).

Class Subjects:

  • Computer skills
  • Self-Advocacy
  • Personal responsibility
  • Personal rights
  • Daily planning and organization
  • Health & safety
  • Nutrition & cooking
  • Conflict resolution
  • Adapted interpersonal communication systems
  • Leisure & recreation planning and activities
  • Literacy
  • Personal banking