Live actively and independently. Our program will help you improve quality of life.
Overcome life challenges with guidance and support from our professional counselors
Master the art of cooking and the basics of food preparation and kitchen safety
Learn how to manage your income, spending, savings so you have lifelong financial security
Solidify long-term arrangements such as housing, health insurance, caregivers, and more
Learn tips to help you stay safe in any environment, including basic self-defense and how to get help
Educate yourself on practicing safe sex, building a positive body image and protecting yourself from exploitation
Become a confident, independent, self-determined individual with our training
Master the art of navigating social situations and making friends
Everything you need to know about landing
a job and building your career
Our employment skills programs help individuals obtain a post-secondary education and a good job. Training includes proclivity testing, career exploration, mock interviews, job shadowing, volunteering opportunities, and soft-skills coaching.
Come join our football team to improve your
coordination and speed, get some exercise, and
make new friends
Toledo Crash is a wheelchair football team dedicated to community development and increased sensitivity to the rights of people with disabilities. We achieve these aims by bringing together sports enthusiasts -- with or without disabilities -- for fun, challenging, wheelchair football.
Our future planning project prepares you for any of life's challenges
What would you do if your caregiver passed away or was no longer able to provide care? We help you plan for such contingencies so you can make informed decisions no matter what life brings. The program covers:
Preparing you for life after high school
Our 5-week summer program will boost your independence and develop the leadership skills you need to succeed. Upon completing the program, you’ll be able to:
The program will take place at the University of Toledo, with partnerships from the University of Toledo and the Toledo Rotary’s Disability Service Committee.