Services for Young Adults

We help youth and young adults find a sense of purpose and fulfillment, instilling in them a profound belief in their own potential.

Services aimed at helping youth and young adults with disabilities find meaning in life are instrumental in promoting inclusion, self-determination, and overall well-being. Ranging from physical and occupational therapy to employment training, these services acknowledge and accommodate the unique needs and capabilities of each individual.

For youth facing economic disadvantages, we help break down barriers to entry and foster a sense of belonging in the workforce. Our services not only transform lives but also contribute to a more diverse, inclusive, and compassionate society, where the talents and contributions of all individuals are recognized, valued, and celebrated.

Disability Services

Youth and Young Adult Services

We support youth and young adults with disabilities as they move on to the next life stage. A successful transition from school to adult services, post-secondary school, or employment is our goal.

Our Fort Mitchell, KY campus is one of five regional assistive technology resource centers in Kentucky, known as KATS. The mission is to make assistive technology easily obtainable for people of any age and/or disability.

Therapy Services

a girl playing with a stack of colorful toys with speech therapist

We evaluate, diagnose, and treat speech, language, communication, and swallowing disorders in children and adults.

a young woman and a therapist playing with a ball

We aim to enhance each person’s ability to move and perform functional activities in their daily lives by tailoring a program to fit their individual needs.

Occupational therapy helps individuals and enhances participation in everyday life.

Our skilled occupational therapists help individuals learn how to handle everyday tasks at school, work, and at home to the very best of their abilities.

a child smiling at an ABA support session

Our board-certified behavior analysts and registered behavior technicians provide important support to individuals – both children and adults.

Employment Services

Youth and Young Adults

We have helped hundreds of individuals with disabilities – youth and adults – find meaningful employment by removing barriers and providing skills training.

We help youth and young adults (ages 14-24) on the path to employment, from earning a GED or high school diploma through career assessment and job certifications.

We have programs to prepare young men and women for careers in areas where employment is booming, including construction and hospitality services.