Children & Teens After School

The After-School program is a center and community-based program that educates students with mild cognitive delays and challenges with social communication and/or language development. Our program serves students ages 6 to 17. Our program integrates educational and therapeutic methods to promote various academic, communicative, behavioral, social, motor, adaptive and independent living skills. The mission of the Bridging Community Resources After-school program is to provide students with the ability to access skills to improve their quality of life and support them to become prolific community members. Our program is designed to help students benefit from academic curriculum, hands-on life skills instruction, and vocational services.

The Bridging Community Resources’ After-school curriculum is structured for life-long independence and self-fulfillment.

Areas of Focus include:

  • Small class size
  • Individualized academic instruction and functional curriculum
  • General Education and Alternate Curriculum tracks
  • Music and Dance
  • Social communication and social skills training
  • Positive behavior support
  • Vocational education
  • Jobs skill awareness and career exploration
  • Senior transitions to postsecondary education
  • Works with parents on transition paths
  • Occupational therapy