Services & Support
Our Community-Based Disabled Students Program takes the resources of Foothill's Disability Resource Center to disabled adults and veterans in the community — at independent living centers, community senior centers, and VA hospitals in the northern Santa Clara County area.
Serving Older Adults and Disabled Veterans
Our students range in the age of 55-95 years old or are disabled veterans who are in-patients or out-patients at the local Veterans Administration Medical Center in Palo Alto and Menlo Park.
The students' disabilities are often multiple and range from strokes, heart conditions, arthritis and diabetes to mobility, visual and hearing impairments. Additional disabilities may include brain and/or spine injury, orthopedic and psychological disabilities.
The program promotes the physical, intellectual and social well-being of these adults, by helping them to stay active and involved in community life.
To accomplish this goal, instruction and classroom activities are planned to meet student needs and interests. All classes are tailored to the capabilities of disabled adults.
Types of Classes
We Offer a Range of Classes to Fit Needs & Interests
- art appreciation
- creative writing
- educational seminar
- health issues
- literature and poetry
- lip reading
- relaxation techniques
- social skills
- verbal expression
- creative self expression
- current events
- drawing and painting
- music & movement
- social change
- world travel
* Please call the numbers listed for directions to sites only. Call the phone numbers in the next section below to receive information about specific classes.
|CITY||LOCATION & PHONE NUMBER|
|Cupertino:||The Forum (650) 969-0900|
||Bridgepoint (650) 948-7337
Terrace of Los Altos (650) 948-8291
||Next Step Program (650) 566-0240
Menlo Park Onetta Harris (650) 856-7183
||Mountain View Senior Center (650) 903-6330
Senior Day Health Program (650) 289-5491
||Avenidas (650) 326-5362
Channing House (650) 324-7503 or (650) 324-7572
East Palo Alto Senior Center (650) 329-5900
Lytton Gardens (650) 617-7341
Oak Creek Apartments (650) 321-1701
Palo Alto Commons (650) 494-0760
|Redwood City:||Family Service Fair Oaks Center (650) 780-752|
||Sunnyvale Senior Center (408) 730-7360
Retirement Inn of Sunnyvale Atria (408) 738-3410
For More Information
Please contact Jackie Lauese at 650.949.7103 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Disability Resource Center
12345 El Monte Road
Los Altos Hills, CA 94022-4599
Responding to diverse community needs, the Community-Based Disabled Students Program exists, through innovative and comprehensive educational programs, to provide lifetime opportunities for continued growth, development, and involvement which enhance the quality of life of students with disabilities.
We implement our mission by:
- providing access to educational opportunities through academic programs offered at community-based sites
- providing access to educational opportunities through vocational programs offered at community-based sites
- offering classes to develop the maximum cognitive, physical, emotional and social potential of the individual
- developing and upgrading job skills to meet the demands of competitive employment
- providing an opportunity to learn skills to overcome specific limitations to achieve the highest level of independence