Services

Providing growth opportunities for participants of all ages and cognitive disabilities.

At Pathways to Independence, we serve a variety of ages from those transitioning into adulthood to adults and seniors looking to build community. We also serve individuals with a wide range of cognitive disabilities such as autism/PDD-NOS, Asperger’s Syndrome, learning disabilities, mild intellectual disabilities, AD(H)D, borderline intellectual functioning, written and expressive disorders and developmental brain injuries.

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Explore to Experience
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Michael: Plan to Prosper

“When I joined Pathways, I was going to events to try to get to know people and try to make those connections. I wanted to gain confidence to get together with people outside of Pathways and with small groups. I’m doing that now.”

Who we serve

Ages
16-21

Young Adults

We help young adults gain the skills necessary to transition into adult and professional life and provide social opportunities to practice those skills while building a safe, supportive community.

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Ages
21-54

Adults

We help adults gain the skills necessary to thrive in community, social and professional settings along with providing social opportunities to practice those skills and build meaningful relationships.

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Ages
55+

Seniors

We provide unique social opportunities for seniors to build meaningful relationships within the context of a safe, supportive community.

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All of our services

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    Social College

    Social College is a series of discussions and activities focusing on participant-identified social topics.

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    Social Growth

    Social Growth focuses on increasing positive social experiences, expanding social circles, elevating self-confidence and improving self-esteem through supported leisure programming.

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    Social Focus

    Social Focus offers participant-led small group interactions with staff support for planning and execution.

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    GAP Services

    GAP Services consist of 1:1 training on social and related topics that impact the lives of participants.

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