Here are some of the many ways that The Friends Network is helping people with disabilities live fulfilling, meaningful, successful lives:
Day-Hab Programs for Adults
The Friends Network has opened its doors and is offering services to adults following a person-centered planning approach. These services will maximize opportunities and strengthen circles of support for adults with developmental disabilities in their communities.
Programs include (but are not limited to):
Drama Club – including studies of classical drama, developing acting skills, dramatic performances
Book Club – choosing books, reading or listening to books on tape, discussion sessions
Arts & Crafts – choosing projects and creating individual art and craft pieces for display (or sale)
Cooking – planning, shopping for, and preparing healthy meals
Life Skill Classes – instruction in safety, fitness, money management, hygiene, and health issues
Sports Clinics – bowling, basketball, softball, and other sports classes
Community Service Club – working on projects in the community, learning about service organizations and their roles in the community
Writers Workshops – studying and writing fiction and non-fiction, writing for business, personal journals
Game Club – playing board games, learning new games, developing sportsmanship
Health & Fitness Club – exercise classes, basic first aid training, emergency preparedness
Music and Dance Club – listening to and studying different types of music, learning traditional and contemporary dance steps
Programs will take place in Brewster Monday - Friday
9:30am to 2:00pm
RESPITE PROGRAMS For Adults
Kickboxing, Zumba, Wacky Science, Cooking, Baking, Crafting, Scrap Booking, Bowling, Movies,
Dinner Club, Week-end Trips, Walking Club, Book Club, Drama Club and more ……….
All ADULT Programs are
MEDICAID WAIVER AT THE FRIENDS NETWORK
Call us at (845) 278-0820 to register or
click here for more information.