Day Services

Eprine offers day support services for older adolescents and adults with multiple disabilities, including those with Autism Spectrum Disorder, to develop the relevant skills that will enable them to participate in all aspects of their communities. Group activities are offered Monday through Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. Individuals participate in a broad range of structured group activities which are community-based and skill building activities. The goal is to connect with the community to facilitate a better understanding of how individuals with disabilities can be a valuable resource in supporting the community.

Group Day Services

For new Graduates and young adult Eprine development its Community Enrichment Program (CAP). A community-based day habilitation program without walls, CAP serves motivated young adults who wish to be active and productive. Assistance is provided to adults with intellectual disabilities who are in need of life skills training which could carry into career exploration. The program promotes individual independence and opportunities to grow and mature into responsible adults. This model significantly increases the community-based experiences and job readiness skills of the new graduate. The program begins to prepare individuals based on resources available in the community to support each individual as they adjust from school to adult life.

Community-oriented goals are determined by the individual’s interests and needs and may include socialization skills, money transactions, community safety skills or learning how to make friends. individuals with developmental disabilities.

Individual Day Services

Understanding the importance of work and the growing number of individuals with special needs who want to achieve employment, Eprine offers a full continuum of opportunities. Eprine supported employment program help people to enhance their social skills and work ethics as they prepare for work. Opportunities including job training, work experience, job placement and post-placement support services. An important part of the vocational continuum is our Career Group, groups that provide an opportunity for those interested in work to benefit from the experience of those already working. Eprine services places qualified candidates with employers. Job candidates who go through our program are extremely reliable and are always pre-screened to make sure they will be a good fit for the company looking to train or hire and its unique work environment.

What are the goals of Eprine’s Community Enrichment Program?

  • Life-Appropriate Activities Implemented and reflective of those things of interest to and appropriate for adults rather than activities designed and geared for children.
  • Offer Variety & Choice Activities: Opportunities are varied to develop and practice skills and that can be applied to new settings. Offering a variety of activities assists with behavior reduction, engagement, decreases boredom and provides individual with the opportunity to identify strengths, abilities, preferences, support needs, etc.
  • Emphasize Community Experiences: Eprine Day Habilitation Without Walls moves away from traditional, facility-based programs to an emphasis on real community experiences.
  • Focus on Individual Interactions and Experiences: Monitor and be watchful to ensure that individual experiences take place during the course of the day/week is important in fostering skill development and community involvement.

Community Engagement Experiences

We foster the ability of the individual to acquire, retain, or improve skills necessary to build positive social networks, greater independence and personal choice to participate in integrated activities in the community in groups of no more than 1 staff to 3 individuals. These activities may include community education or training, and volunteer activities.

Here’s a closer look at our Community Engagement Experiences
  • Social skills
  • Communication skills
  • Community safety skills
  • Community integration
  • Money management skills
  • Self-management skills
  • Instrumental activities of daily living
  • Learning and using daily living activities
  • Enhancing social and interpersonal skills
  • Medication education
  • Community responsibility

Supported Employment

Understanding the importance of work and the growing number of individuals with special needs who want to achieve employment, Eprine offers a full continuum of opportunities. Eprine supported employment program help people to enhance their social skills and work ethics as they prepare for work. Opportunities including job training, work experience, job placement and post-placement support services. An important part of the vocational continuum is our Career Group, groups that provide an opportunity for those interested in work to benefit from the experience of those already working. Eprine services places qualified candidates with employers. Job candidates who go through our program are extremely reliable and are always pre-screened to make sure they will be a good fit for the company looking to train or hire and its unique work environment.

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