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Day Treatment and Training

 DTA (Day Treatment and Training-Adult)

The Reeves Foundation  aspires to support the individuals with developmental disabilities to live independent, self-determined quality filled lives that promote successful integration and participation into the community. To accomplish this vision through a day treatment and training program we will provide members with individually specialized opportunities for social interaction, activities to enhance sensory-motor development, cognitive and communicative skills as well as provide for any behavioral training needs.

Members will be trained to enhance or maintain his/her ability to independently meet his/her own needs. In addition training is geared toward empowering individuals to gain adaptive and socialization skills for victorious contribution and involvement in his/her own community. The program is designed to provide meaningful activities as well as exposure to new activities. Members are encouraged to achieve a quality of life that is consistent with their vision for the future. Staff facilitates social opportunities to develop positive relationships and to interact with peers, family and others in the community.

Training objectives are developed into an individualized support plan for each consumer. Goals are specific to the needs of the individual, measurable and time-limited. Monitoring of progress toward goals is an on-going process in collaboration with the member's team and consistent with the ISP process. Supportive services target developing the member’s skills with the management of personal/physical needs, behavioral concerns, health issues, therapy regimens, mobility and communication. Member's skills are enhanced by practicing activities such as community survival skills, use of community resources, utilization of transportation resources, appropriate assertiveness, banking, money management and shopping.

Special program emphasis focuses on developing and maintaining independent functioning skills through structured activities.



 DTA (Day Treatment and Training - Children Summer Program)

The Reeves Foundation promotes the continued development and training of children who qualify for this program. This service is provided during the summer months designed to compliment other training experiences.

To accomplish this vision through a day treatment and training program we will provide members with individually specialized opportunities for social interaction, activities to enhance sensory-motor development, cognitive and communicative skills as well as provide for any behavioral training needs. Members will be trained by qualified staff to enhance or maintain his/her ability to independently meet his/her own needs.

In addition training is geared toward empowering individuals to gain adaptive and socialization skills for victorious contribution and involvement in his/her own community. The program is designed to provide meaningful activities as well as exposure to new activities. Member's are encouraged to achieve a quality of life that is consistent with their vision for the future. Staff facilitates social opportunities to develop positive relationships and to interact with peers, family and others in the community.

Training objectives are developed into an individualized support plan for each member. Goals are specific to the needs of the individual, measurable and time-limited. Monitoring of progress toward goals is an on-going process in collaboration with the consumer’s team and consistent with the ISP process. Supportive services target developing the consumer’s skills with the management of personal/physical needs, behavioral concerns, health issues, therapy regimens, mobility and communication.

Member's skills are enhanced by practicing activities such as community survival skills, use of community resources, utilization of transportation resources, appropriate assertiveness, banking, money management and shopping. Special emphasis of the program is focused on developing and maintaining independent functioning skills.



 DTA (Day Treatment and Training - Children After School)

The Reeves Foundation promotes the continued development and training of children who qualify for this program. This service is provided after school and is designed to compliment other training experiences. To accomplish this vision through a day treatment and training program we will provide consumers with individually specialized opportunities for social interaction, activities to enhance sensory-motor development, cognitive and communicative skills as well as provide for any behavioral training needs.

Members will be trained by qualified staff to enhance or maintain his/her ability to independently meet his/her own needs. In addition training is geared toward empowering individuals to gain adaptive and socialization skills for victorious contribution and involvement in his/her own community. The program is designed to provide meaningful activities as well as exposure to new activities. Members are encouraged to achieve a quality of life that is consistent with their vision for the future. Staff facilitates social opportunities to develop positive relationships and to interact with peers, family and others in the community. Training objectives are developed into an individualized support plan for each consumer. Goals are specific to the needs of the individual, measurable and time-limited. Monitoring of progress toward goals is an on-going process in collaboration with the consumer’s team and consistent with the ISP process.

Supportive services target developing the member’s skills with the management of personal/physical needs, behavioral concerns, health issues, therapy regimens, mobility and communication. Member skills are enhanced by practicing activities such as community survival skills, use of community resources, utilization of transportation resources, appropriate assertiveness, banking, money management and shopping. Special emphasis of the program is focused on developing and maintaining independent functioning skills.