Adult Vocational Day Program

Charlene Tinnick – (856) 764-9494 or (609) 531-0211 – charlenet@arcofburlington.org

The Adult Day Program serves people 21 and older with developmental disabilities who need a daily program of activities to develop skills in adaptive living, self-help and personal awareness. We provide both on-site activities, as well as a variety of community-based activities that expand the experiences and opportunities our participants both enjoy and deserve to be exposed to. In many cases, our staff advisors seek employment opportunities and/or volunteer position for those clients who express a desire to either work or volunteer in the community.

Anyone eligible for our adult day program must first contact the Division of Developmental Disabilities to register and be assigned a case manager who will then make referrals to an appropriate program.

Residential Living

Charlene Tinnick – (856) 764-9494) or (609) 531-0211 – charlenet@arcofburlington.org

The Residential Living Program is designed to meet the needs of men and women with developmental disabilities, most of whom have lived previously in state development centers. The program provides both houses and apartments. The concept of normalization is stressed by promoting interpersonal skills and increased independence among the adults in the program. Anyone eligible for our residential program must first contact the Division of Developmental Disabilities to register and be assigned a case manager who will then make referrals to an appropriate

Recreation

Donna Healey – (856) 985-7345 – healeydm@aol.com

The Recreation Program offers a range of activities that includes monthly dances, Nights Out for Dinner, day trips, picnics, swim parties and other seasonal activities. For recreational activities, check the Upcoming Events and Announcements links on our home page.

Community Based Supports

Sara Anderson – (856)764-9494 or (609)531-0211 – saraa@arcofburlington.org

These programs offer guidance and support to individuals who live in the community on their own but who require some supervision with their daily living skills, like shopping, cooking, scheduling and attending doctor appointments, banking, etc.