The Victory Center’s Vocational program is a center-based program for children ages 14 to 22 whose clinical diagnosis falls along the autism spectrum or related disabilities.
The program focuses on teaching functional skills that will allow the individual to be as successful as possible when he or she transitions to adulthood.
Targeted skills include functional communication, social skills, functional academics, vocational, and daily living skills.
These skills will be taught using the principles of Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA), and include instruction in the classroom, in a home environment, and in community settings in order to promote generalization.
The program offers students a variety of experiences including community-based instruction (CBI), job training, and job placement .
The Vocational Program offers a 3:1, student-to-staff ratio, and is staffed by qualified professionals in the areas of behavior analysis, education, and other related services.
Each student will be assessed using the Community Functional Skills Assessment and will have an individualized skill acquisition program that meets his or her needs as well as interests.