Community Living Skills

Brooke and Amanda do some cooking at CLS
Brooke and Amanda do some cooking at CLS

Community Living Skills (CLS) services offered by PCADD provide skill acquisition and development that allow persons served to live, work, and play successfully in community settings. Participants volunteer their time and engage in a variety of community sites each day, including area businesses, community organizations, churches, and government agencies. Community Living Skills services also provide opportunities for people to enjoy trips into surrounding communities from time to time.

CLS participants enjoy a summer outing
CLS participants enjoy a summer outing

PCADD’s CLS program offers a flexible schedule to each participant, depending on any medical, vocational, or residential commitments in that person’s life as determined by their support team. Services are tailored to each individual’s needs and choices as identified in their annual support plan, and provided in both group and individual formats.