Adult Day Training Program
Esperanza’s Adult Day Program provides participants, aged 21 and over, opportunities to reach individualized goals as well as pursue their own personal interests.
About Applied Behavior Analysis
Our state-approved program offers individuals with Intellectual and Developmental disabilities the opportunity to engage in the community, build independent living skills, develop vocational skills with the goal of participating in meaningful employment, as well as continue to explore interests and increase their leisure skills.
Empowerment Through Activities
At Esperanza, our participants are empowered to make their own decisions to the greatest extent that’s appropriate. During a typical week, participants explore the community and apply basic safety skills, practice independent-living skills, and engage in vocational training tasks. They also have access to the arts, specifically arts & crafts, music, and theater.
Additionally, Esperanza provides bilingual services (English and Spanish) to participants and guardians to meet the diverse needs of the families we serve.