Pathway to Independence Program at Center for Independence

Pathway to Independence is a program designed to help school-aged children with physical disabilities to develop self-help skills. The program is offered by the Center for Independence. Professionals from Behavioral HealthOccupational TherapyPhysical Therapy, and Speech-Language Pathology will work with participants in the program.

Who should participate?

School-aged children through high school who have physical disabilities and are interested in gaining independence in self-help skills.

What will they learn?

Pathway to Independence will help participants:

  • Become more independent in daily activities
  • Learn to make appropriate decisions and choices
  • Maximize self-help skills in the following areas:
    • Communication
    • Gross motor skills
    • Fine motor skills
    • Social skills

Pathway to Independence is tailored to each participant’s needs and level of functioning, preferences, and interests.

Where is Pathway to Independence held?

The program will be held at the following Center for Independence locations:

  • Children’s Pine Center, Suite 202. Children’s Pine Center is at 11279 Perry Highway, Wexford, PA 15090.
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  • 205 Millers Run Road Suite 200, Bridgeville, PA 15017
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When are the sessions?

Sessions will be held two times a week for 10 weeks.

How do I get more information?

Call the Center for Independence at 724-933-9286.