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Adaptive & Functional Living

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Appropriate for preteens, adolescents, young adults, and adults, and designed to address specific needs of individuals with development disabilities including autism and similar disorders, our comprehensive Adaptive & Functional Living skills training helps individuals learn skills that will allow them to be more independent in their day-to-day life. With a focus on social awareness, community integration, effective communication and independency, our program includes:

  • Development of self-care skills
  • Development of independent living skills
  • Pre-vocational skills training

Who Pays for Care in California

Our Adaptive & Functional Living training can be part of a comprehensive ABA-Based Behavioral Health Treatment program funded by your health plan, or as a standalone program funded through your Regional Center.

Adaptive & Functional Living training services are also available under a self-pay arrangement where parents, caregivers or others pay for services directly.

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