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Agency Programs

                     District Extended Program (DEP)

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The District Extended Program works with the following agency programs to help students and adults with disabilities throughout the community learn pre-employability skills, social and adaptive skills, developmental skills, self-confidence, and independence that they need to reach their full potential.

 

ARC Gateway:                                         

Pollak Training Center                         

1000 E. Fairfield Drive

850-438-5577

Adult Enrichment:

Adult day training program providing daily activities and experiences to develop positive work habits, social skills, self-image, adaptive skills, communications, self-care, independence, recreation, and leisure skills.

Secure Document Shredding:

Includes daily work in sorting documents to be shredded, running an industrial shredder, and picking up documents from local businesses.

 

Pollak Industries

2313 Truman Avenue

850-438-4651

Provides daily work in a industrial environment that includes plant sleeves, survey stakes and concrete products, recycling Mardi Gras beads, and packaging electrical parts.

 

Community-based Employment

2313 Truman Avenue

850-438-4651

Provides community based work in small groups at minimum wage based on productivity.  Training provided in employability skills and good work habits.  Work includes industrial operations, grounds maintenance, and custodial services.

 

New Horizons Emerald Coast Workshop

2570 W. Nine Mile Road

850-474-6906

Provides opportunities for clients to receive daily living, self-care, educational, client rights, health and safety, community inclusion, and work skills training.  Provides therapeutic positioning throughout the day.

 

Pyramid, Inc.

7309 W. Hwy 98

850-453-3341

Adult day training program designed to work on skill building, behavioral guidance, nutrition management, therapeutic re-positioning, community inclusion, performing/visual arts, and computer skills.

 

Capstone Adaptive Learning and Therapy Center, Inc.

2912 North "E" Street

850-432-1596

Adult program that provides vocational, mobility, social, computer, and adaptive skills training, as well as, training for adaptive equipment and art classes.

Capstone Adaptive Learning and Therapy Center, Inc. Employment Training Center

2600 W. Fairfield Drive

850-432-7477

School to Work transition program that provides young adults with computer and job skills training, as well as, job development and employment opportunities, through projects such as creating newsletters, brochures, building resumes, and accessing the Internet.