PATHWAYS TO INDEPENDENCE Overview
Target demographics: adults whose social interaction skills are impacted by complex learning disabilities and associated developmental disabilties such as Level 1 autism (Asperger's Syndrome or PDD-NOS)
Direct beneficiaries per year: 122 participants
Someone who had 3 hours of volunteer time could: be a role model during events in the community, support participants and staff at a Social College class, help plan an inclusive opportunity for participants to improve and practice skills or assist with office tasks that vary in nature.
Geographic areas served: St. Louis, MO
Programs: social interaction, self-advocacy and community engagement training
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