Adult Developmental and Vocational Program (ADVP)
The ADVP program is a state funded day program for adults with intellectual developmental disabilities. This program provides organized developmental activities designed to prepare the individual to live as independently as possible by offering a variety of specific services and activities. These include development of personal and community living skills and adult basic education. Each individual will participate in these activities based on their needs and interests outlined in their person centered plan.
To be eligible for ADVP individuals must be 18 years of age, have a diagnosed intellectual developmental disability, care for their own personal needs and self-medicate if necessary, not be a threat to the health and safety of themselves or others and be willing to participate and benefit from the program.
An individual must be at least 18 years old, have an intellectual and/or developmental disability diagnosis.
Caldwell Opportunities currently has participants who are provided training in appropriate work behavior, such as punctuality, attention to detail, following directions, following safety rules, following program rules, staying on task, getting along with others, managing emotions, communication, etc. Each participant has a Person-Centered Plan which is individualized to that person’s needs and identifies support needs and goals for improvement in life skills.
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