Our small groups offer dynamic social learning opportunities.

Our therapy and educational programs provide “real life” opportunities for young adults to develop skills that help them transition into self-sustainable and independent lifestyles. When grouping teens and young adults, we are very mindful of individual strengths and challenges. 

Social Learning

The Social Groups are developed to accommodate groups from the very bright and language savvy to those with mild language struggles (often designated as Mild-Moderate in the school setting). The groups may look and feel like a typical teen or young adult “hang-out” experience. This is a great way for us to provide social guidance in a dynamic and natural way.


Our Recreational Groups may be a good fit for teens and young adults who may or may not have social learning difficulties, yet who have special interests to share and explore with like minded peers. 


Outings are an essential piece of our social learning experience. Life skills development and job skills development learning opportunities are offered to individuals and to small groups. The outings are an ongoing part of the Transition Therapy experience.

I have recommended Ms. Stevens and her Transition services to other members of my support group
— 23 year old client