Erin Taylor
Director, Autism & Community Integration Services 410.323.0500 x340
etaylor@leagueforpeople.org

DAY HABILITATION

The League’s Day Habilitation program provides a safe, therapeutic, educational, and FUN environment for individuals who aren’t quite ready to enter the world of work.

Participants can select from a wide variety of activities to participate in, while developing skills and working on individualized goals under the support and supervision of a team of professionally trained staff.  The League prides itself on community integration, and partners with other local organizations and businesses in Baltimore and surrounding areas to create meaningful opportunities and experiences for the individuals we serve.

 

VOLUNTEERISM  & PRE-EMPLOYMENT ACTIVITIES

Our participants give back to the community while also gaining valuable work experience, exploring interests, and discovering individual talents and abilities.

 

EDUCATIONAL OPPORTUNITIES

The League contracts with CCBC to enroll participants in college courses designed specifically for adult learners with disabilities. Staff support participants each semester as they expand their knowledge and personal/professional networks.

LIFE SKILLS & WELLNESS

In addition to supporting participants in learning essential life skills, The League places heavy emphasis on instilling healthy habits through the utilization of our state-of-the-art Fitness Center and Therapeutic Swimming Pool.  To this end, each League participant receives a free Wellness membership giving them full access to the gym and during all operational hours, including weekends.

Contact:

Lynne Lamoree
Director, Community Integration Services 410.323.0500 x310
llamoree@leagueforpeople.org

Accreditated in the areas of Autism Services for Children, Family Services, and Community Integration

SPORTS & RECREATION

The League encourages and facilitates participation in community sports and recreation events such as Special Olympics and involvement with local Parks & Recreation groups.

All activities incorporate elements of independent living skills to further assist individual development in targeted areas, as agreed upon by each participants’ Treatment Team. These areas may include behavior management, communication, social skills, health, and other domains that will assist participants in achieving their goals.



All Services are funded through the Developmental Disabilities Administration (DDA). 

Private pay also accepted. 

© 2017 by The League for People with Disabilities Inc.

A not-for-profit 501 (c)(3) charitable organization, contributions to which are tax-deductible.

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