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Center for Possibilities

Last Update:3/13/2018
Contact:Shelley Boender
Title:Director
Address:22 Tyler Avenue
Hobart, IN 46342
County:Lake
Phone:219-962-5751
Toll Free:
Fax:219-962-5713
TDY:
E-Mail:
Website:centerforpossibilities.org
Mission
To provide a full day, full year educational program along with therapy and nutrition programs for preschool aged children with developmental and physical disabilities.

To provide a full day, full year program with a strong focus on the development of self-care skills and learning opportunities for adults with mild to moderate developmental disabilities.

To improve the quality of life for individuals with disabilities and their families.
Program Description
Smart Start Pre-Kindergarten Program - ages 4-5 - focuses on learning the ABC's, numbers, colors, and spelling along with gross and fine motor development.

Lil' Tadpoles Preschool Program - ages 2-3 - focuses on physical, social and emotional development while teaching each student to learn how to share, take turns and explore their environment.

Adult Program with a strong focus on the development of self-care skills and learning opportunities. Limited spots available.

Summer Day Camps:  2-week camps for children with developmental disabilities ages 2-5 are available.  For more information about the dates and cost, please call Anasah Childress at 219-962-5751.
Financial
Education Programs:  $50.00 per week tuition fee includes 5 hours of services, hot lunch and 1 snack as well as the Therapy Program as deemed necessary by the student's physician.
Services
Adapted Toys
Camp
Day Program Services
Education
First Steps/Early Intervention
Therapy services
Counties Serviced
Lake
Porter
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