Developmental Disability Services ADVP/CAP/LE
Adult Developmental Vocational Program (ADVP)
The Adult Developmental Vocational Program (ADVP) provides pre-vocational, recreational and social activities to individuals with developmental disabilities to maximize each person’s individual potential. Individuals served are adults in need of long-term training.
ADVP Admission Criteria
The individual must be 16 years or older, have a developmental disability and not be a danger to themselves or others.
Community Alternatives Program (CAP)
The Community Alternatives Program (CAP) provides opportunities and support to individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities. These individuals must meet specific eligibility criteria in order to be served by the program.
Haywood Vocational Opportunities provides day support services to eligible participants under the CAP-MR/DD Supports Waiver. These services are designed to assist the participant with the acquisition, retention, and /or improvement in areas such as self-help, socialization, adaptive skills and prevocational training. Participants in the program are paired with a CAP Trainer that assists with meeting their individual goals.
CAP Admission Criteria
Individuals must be eligible for Community Alternatives Program (CAP) and have goals written into their CAP plan for Day Supports.
Learning and Enrichment Program (L&E)
The Learning and Enrichment Program provides an opportunity to participate in recreation and leisure activities to individuals that are unable to, choose not to, or do not want to work full-time in our employment enterprise. These opportunities can take place within the facility or outside the facility. Individuals may participate in a full-time or part-time status.
L&E Admission Criteria
Must be 35 years of age or older, have a developmental disability and not a danger to themselves or others.