The Arc Jefferson - St. Lawrence’s Community Prevocational Services assist participants in developing employment readiness skills in an integrated community work setting. Participants will be taught about work experiences through volunteer efforts. Community Prevocational Services help to prepare participants to work by teaching the skills needed to be successful in a community work environment. Staff provide lessons and teach skills needed to build on a person’s strong points and assist with developing the abilities needed to pursue work in the future.
The Arc Jefferson – St. Lawrence (www.thearcjslc.org), a private, non-profit organization committed to maximizing the potential of people with intellectual and developmental disabilities, is proud to announce that tickets are available for the Community Arts Showcase, which will be held on Saturday, May 11, 2019 at 7:00 p.m. in the Proscenium Theater at SUNY Potsdam’s Performing Arts Center.
Our day habs offer activities that promote individual goals. Services encourage self direction, independence, and life-long educational opportunities designed to suit the interests of the person and their support team.
ALBANY – More than 1,000 New Yorkers came to the state Capitol on March 25th in a final push to have Gov. Cuomo and the Legislature include living wage funding for direct care workers in the final state budget.
We provide home and community based services that target skill development and allow children to develop age-appropriate independent living and social skills using principles and strategy of Applied Behavior Analysis.