ADAPTIVE LEARNING CENTER

 

A Key to Individual Potential for Adults with Neurodevelopmental Disabilities

-Est.-

1988

Text Box:      Adaptive Learning Center, Concord, California    © 2014

3227 CLAYTON ROAD

CONCORD, CA 94519

 

PH: (925) 827– 3863

FAX: (925) 827– 4080

EMAIL: info@c4al.org

Mission Statement

The mission of the Adaptive Learning Center is to provide a safe and healthy community for adults with neurodevelopmental disabilities and Autism Spectrum Disorders to realize their individual potential for self-reliant living as defined by the ability to engage in productive work, to socialize successfully, to attend to their own physical and emotional health, and to experience on-going personal growth.

ALC offers comprehensive services all under one roof:

 

· case management & independent living skills

· education & day program

· vocational services

· recreation & socialization

 

 

for adults with neurodevelopmental disabilities and autism spectrum disorders.

 

ALC is now taking applications for new participants.

 

Visit the Admissions page for more details. Interested participants may call or email to request an appointment to visit the program and speak with staff.

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Serving Adults with Neurodevelopmental Disabilities and Autism Spectrum Disorders for 26 years!

The Adaptive Learning Center is now on Amazon Smile, S.H.A.R.E.S. and eScrip programs. For more information on our charity fundraising efforts and how to help, please visit our Donations page.

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ALC holds it’s 2014 Annual Award Ceremony

 

Family members, clients and staff had a great time at the Willow Pass Community Center in Concord, CA, October 11th, honoring its clients’ achievements over the past year. There were a lot of people at the annual celebration, dancing and having a good time. Thanks to all who donated and helped make this event a success!                                      

Photo by Rodney Kline