033_33A classroom-oriented environment, which provides opportunities, that promotes independence, socialization, recreation and community integration.

The SBDH program is a year round program serving individuals, 21 and older who are developmentally challenged. The classroom-oriented environment strives to maintain and build upon current skills, promote independence, and add creativity to the participants’ daily lives. Community integration is an integral part of the SBDH program as it introduces participants to new environments and experiences. In addition, the strong connection that exists between the program and home life serves to reinforce the participants’ abilities and strengthen their potential. Through experiences in the community, education, socialization and recreation the participants positively enhance their skills and identify untapped potential.

Individualized therapeutic needs are met by on site Article 16 and 28 clinics in the Fortunoff treatment and Rehabilitation center.

Additional services such as: medical, dental, podiatry, gynecology, optometry, psychiatry, audiology, augmentative communication laboratory, and rehabilitation engineering are also available at the main campus through the Fortunoff Treatment and Rehabilitation Center.