Offers intensive individualized educational services for students with intellectual and developmental differences ages 7 – 21.The focus on community-based academic and adaptive skills makes The Light House a unique environment.
LIVECTA transition programs are community-based programs where students further develop the skills necessary for independence. Programs focus on core program areas: Employment, Education, Social/Personal, Community, & Independent Living.
The community campus provides structured community based experiences for adults (18+) with disabilities. Activities are designed to develop adaptive skills in order to increase independence in the community.
Thank you to the Dime Bank Foundation for awarding a grant for the purchase of the Unique Curriculum for our education programs.
Thank you to the Ronald McDonald House Charity Foundation for awarding The Light House $6,500 for therapy/sensory equipment for our children and adults with disabilities.