The Learning Center
Our Learning Center offers instruction and leisure activities based on the preferences,abilities and needs of the individual.
In comparing the Easterseals RISE Learning Center to other programs or providers, here are some things to consider:
Classes and activities help each individual pursue personal goals for developing skills and increasing their independence.
Classes are one-on-one or in groups of up to 10 participants.
Clients and staff work together to develop a selection of class offerings that cover a wide range of topics from math skils to emotional intelligence to self-advocacy.
One-on-one classes focus on specific goals such as counting change, preparing for a driver’s license exam, or earning a High School Equivalency diploma.
Easterseals RISE emphasizes opportunities for community interaction to develop skills that lead to greater independence.
Easterseals RISE partners with other community organizations for opportunities outside of our facility, such as ice skating classes at Trine University or training service animals at a local animal shelter.
Quick Facts About The Learning Center
Medical Care: All staff are CPR certified and trained on first aid and dispensing medication. Also, each staff member is trained on each individual’s specific information prior to working in the home.
Transportation: Easterseals RISE can provide transportation to and from the facility for a limited number of individuals. However, we can give you information regarding transportation services.
Accreditation: The Learning Center is a CARF-accredited program.