Adults with Disabilities
The School of Continuing Education's (SCE) *IMPACT Program provides education for adults with intellectual disabilities (ID) and other developmental disabilities (DD). A comprehensive curriculum is under development to prepare students for employment, living independently, participating in college life, and becoming more independent in the community. The College campus and surrounding community provide a rich environment for instruction and skill development. IMPACT enables students with ID/DD to attend college and maximize their potential for integration into the mainstream of society.
* (Independent living skills, Mobility training, Physical health and well-being, Advocacy for self, College career and job readiness skills, and Technology training)
- To provide a coordinated instructional program designed to help students develop their social, personal, academic, vocational, and independent living skills.
- To provide an inclusive, structured environment that enables individuals with ID/DD to develop and manage appropriate patterns of behavior within a social and vocational context.
- To develop a person-centered educational and vocational plan by assessing the interests, needs, and capabilities of each participant.
For more information, on IMPACT please contact the Department at (909) 274-4192.
|Course Prefix||Course Name||Units|
|Introduction to Banking for Students with Intellectual Disabilities|
|Independent Living Skills - Consumer Skills|
|Independent Living Skills - Health and Fitness Skills|
|Independent Living Skills - Money Skills|
|Independent Living Skills - Basic Budgeting and Money Management|
|Independent Living Skills - Human Sexuality|
|Independent Living Skills - Memory Building Skills|
|Lifelong Learning for the Special Needs Population|
|Interacting with Emergency Personnel and Authorities|