Student Transition Program

What We Do

Student Transition Program is designed for young adults 16-21 diagnosed with intellectual and developmental Disabilities (IDD) and Autism Spectrum Disorder ( ASD).

We are a low-ratio service focused on individualized support for each student. This program provides a transition experience in Canonsburg, PA. Students will work toward community/competitive employment and independent they can also learn living skills.  participate in a classroom setting at Arc Human Services.

Classroom Curriculum

We recognize that our students need additional support and modifications in their environment and their activities. We optimize our space in both the classroom and Chicco Caccello to help our students get into a routine and understand that when they are learning, they have the space and support to concentrate on the activity or task we’re focused on.

Our Curriculum Includes

  • Daily Living Skills
  • Advocacy Skills
  • Employment Skills

Community Volunteering 

Community Volunteering for young people with Intellectual Disabilities and Autism is vital to promoting inclusivity, personal growth, adn souical interaction. These programs offer skills, build self-esteem and actively contribute to their communities, fostering a more inclusice and compassionate society.

Opportunites in our program:

  • Chicco Baccello
  • The Arc of Washington County Advocacy Program
  • Public Libary
  • Washington Area Human Society
  • Fix ‘Ur Cat.

Everyday Life Skill Building

Building life skills for people with disabilities is a gradual process that requires patience, flexibility, and a person-centered approach. The goal is to empower individuals to live as independently and fully as possible, considering their unique strengths and challenges.

Skill Building:

  • Cooking
  • Shopping
  • Laundry
  • Community Awareness
  • Cleaning
  • Money Management

What to learn more?

Click below to schedule a visit or make a referral to our student transition program.  

To speak with someone,  please call (724) 745-3010.