Transition… for a Lifetime!

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Young man with Down's syndrome participating in the STEPS Adult Day Program for people with disabilities at Garfield Park Academy
Becoming an Independent Adult

Becoming an independent adult doesn’t happen all at once. Many young adults with learning and developmental disabilities need on-going support and education to be the most successful, independent adults they can be. STEPS can help.

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Young man with disabilities working on an art project at the STEPS Adult Day Program for people with disabilities at Garfield Park Academy
Services Young Adults with Disabilities Need for Success

Social and Life Skills, Counseling and Supports, Transition Services and Employment Preparation — and more. STEPS participants are learning and growing everyday they are with us. Download our brochure for more.

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Young woman with disabilities working in the culinary arts area at the STEPS Adult Day Program for people with disabilities at Garfield Park Academy
Funding for STEPS

Services for young adults still in school may be funded by a local school districts as part of a transition IEP; Adults may be funded through the NJ Division of Developmental Disabilities ‘Real Life Choices’ program; or, participants of any age may be funded privately, as fee-for service.

Funding Options

 

steps events flyerJOIN US FOR BINGO & Pizza Night
April 12, 4:30 – 6:30 PM.

Free of charge. Open to All. Have some fun, eat some pizza and enjoy a chance to win prizes with our BINGO night. Doors open at 4:00 PM, Bingo begins at 4:30 PM.

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STEPS is a perfect choice for school districts wishing to provide transition services
and employment preparation for their students in an after school setting.