A.D.D.P. is a day program for adults with developmental delays. Program goals include spiritual formation, literacy, vocational training, personal care and independence, recreation and leisure, social skills, travel training and community navigation, and self-advocacy.
A.D.D.P. focuses on goals and strengths of each participant. Activities included in the week are a book club, small group devotional, life skills, volunteer opportunities and community outings. From apple orchards in rural Virginia to the Supreme Court in Washington, DC, participants experience the community in engaging and exciting ways! See this year's calendar (Tysons) and Prince William's calendar.
- Be post-high school graduates, with a primary diagnosis of developmental delay.
- Be able to provide transportation to and from MBC Tysons (8925 Leesburg Pike, Vienna, VA 22182).
- Commit to a minimum attendance of two or more days per week. A.D.D.P. is not a drop-in program.
- Provide their snacks and lunches each day.
There is a monthly fee based on the number of days enrolled per week.
This program is operated by Access staff with a nurse, as well as screened and trained volunteers, as needed. Activities are both onsite and offsite.
For more information about signing up for the Adults with Disabilities Day Program (A.D.D.P.), complete the interest form for the appropriate campus, and our intake team will contact you: