Adult Life Enrichment

The individuals served in this program are encouraged to develop their unique talents and interests through experiential learning opportunities. Carefully coordinated activities are presented in both on-site and community based settings, empowering each individual to identify and work towards personal goals and aspirations.

The individuals served in this program are encouraged to develop their unique talents and interests through experiential learning opportunities. Carefully coordinated activities are presented in both on-site and community based settings*, empowering each individual to identify and work toward personal goals and aspirations.

These experiences lay the groundwork for participants to have richer relationships, find meaningful work (both paid and volunteer), and reach their maximum level of independence. Additionally, the ALE program is an invaluable lifeline for the caregivers of individuals with I/DD, allowing them to maintain employment and have respite.

Program Hours: 8:15 a.m. to 3 p.m.

At The Arc, we know that in order to provide excellent services, you have to have a great team of staff. To that end, we constantly invest in staff training that will expand their toolkits to enable them to provide quality and innovative care to the individuals in our programs. We value a community of continuous learning and partner with subject matters experts who provide trainings on a variety of topics such as: basic medical supports, positive behavior supports, and emergency preparedness.

    • Have a diagnosis of an intellectual and/or developmental disability (I/DD), autism spectrum, or dual diagnosis with I/DD

    • Be over the age of 18

    • Have state program funding or the ability to pay privately for program fees

For More Information Contact: 

Elisa Williams - Client Coordinator

210-490-4300 ext. 119

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