Registration Now Open for Year-Round Support and Empowerment.
February 9, 2023 – Hope Endoors Life Skills Program, a new day program for neurodivergent individuals, has opened its doors in Brampton, Ontario.
Owned by Jermaine and Marlene Spence, the program provides individuals aged 18 to 40 with a supportive environment to enhance their functional life skills, physical activity, and community involvement.
The program runs from 9:00am to 3:30pm, with a cost of $105/day (a minimum of 2 days is required), and covers a wide range of activities, including baking/cooking, social skills, life skills, exercise, field trips, volunteering, functional math & literacy skills, and job readiness.
To be eligible for the program, individuals must face challenges in learning and communication, be comfortable participating in community outings within a group ratio of 1 staff to 5 participants, regulate their emotions without becoming aggressive, and be fairly independent in the bathroom with occasional verbal prompts.
Jermaine and Marlene Spence have over 40 years of combined work experience in supporting youth and adults with mental health challenges, autism, developmental disabilities, and other neurodevelopmental conditions.
Hope Endoors is devoted to creating a warm, welcoming environment that prioritizes the needs and interests of their clients. Their experienced staff provides genuine care and support, and the program is designed to foster a sense of belonging, teamwork, and fun.
In addition to their day program, Hope Endoors plans to offer summer day camp and social and life skills groups in the evening and weekends for individuals aged 11 to 18. The organization also plans to host family fun nights and workshops for parents.
Interested families can apply to the program by completing the intake form available at https://bit.ly/HopeEndoorsIntakeForm.
For more information, visit their website at www.hopeendoors.com or follow them on Instagram, Facebook, and Tik Tok at @Hopeendoors.