Learning in Motion
The Learning in Motion program branch supports people with significant ambulation challenges. The staff of the Learning in Motion branch specialize in using equipment, services, and resources that best support these individuals, such as positioning equipment to alleviate body pressure sensitivity from sitting in their chairs too long, special supports with oral motor challenges and hygiene skills, and the availability of adaptive equipment and technology within the program rooms.
Participants of the Learning in Motion program branch may participate in any other branch. Programming within the Learning in Motion program branch include, but are not limited to: core learning skills, life skills, communication skills, fine and gross motor activities, cultural studies, vocational skills, community integrative activity, spiritual opportunities, therapeutic activities, use of adaptive technology, and health promoting activity.