- Vocational Training (1st and 2nd Shift)
- Career Planning
- Employment Services
- Adult Daycare
- Senior Program
- Family and Caregiver Support
Our Adult Day Programs offer adults with disabilities a goal-oriented program of developmental and therapeutic services to initiate, maintain, increase or maximize an individual’s independent functioning and become more actively involved in their community.
The Center is open to ages 18 or older, from 7:30 am – 5:30 pm. We also have a 2nd Shift Vocational program which is from 2:00 pm – 8:00 pm. Nursing services are offered throughout the day, including g-tube feedings, breathing treatments, seizure monitoring, medication administration and countless other medical services.
Vocational services address pre-vocational skill development through classes, and simulated or real work experiences for which they are paid with the hope that this training could lead to competitive employment. Community integrated recreational and volunteer activities are also offered on a regular basis. URS’ Vocational Services program promotes independence, work skills and offers wages through several job opportunities including small parts assembly, culinary, janitorial and our secure shredding program.
Holiday Candy Wreaths are available to order online! Click here to order!
Candy wreaths are available for any special occasion!! Click here for more information about our Candy Wreaths! These delicious wreaths are specially made by our Adult Vocational Clients. Funds go to the clients who made and sold the candy wreaths and help our clients reach higher levels of independence.
Adult Day Services
URS’ Adult Day Services Programs provide health services, therapeutic services, and social activities for people with disabilities. Adult Day Services participants often require and receive assistance with activities of daily living (ADL) such as eating, bathing, dressing and toileting. They are also offered the opportunity to participate in activities such as “life skills classes.” Participants can partake in arts and crafts, gardening, recreational activities and vocational activities with a focus on maximizing their level of independence.
Family and Caregiver Support
We offer support services to families and caregivers of adults with disabilities through the following programs:
- Support Groups – provides a therapeutic atmosphere and structured program that is facilitated by our staff, but led by other caregivers. Our support group meets the first Wednesday of each month from 10-11 am at URS.
- Therapy Groups – uses evidence-based therapy models to offer a supportive and process-oriented therapy group
- Individual/One-on-One Counseling
See what activities the Adult Services Department has planned for the month!
For questions about the Adult Services Department, please call (937) 233-1230 or contact:
Patricia Wickham, Adult Services Manager
Laurent Muvunyi, Program Specialist
Jared Young, Program Specialist
James Sutton, Program Specialist
Valorie Guerrero, Program Specialist
Vanessa Moore, Recreation Specialist