Disability Education Services
Our education program offers a variety of educational and personal growth opportunities to people with developmental disabilities and enables participants to live more independently. The program represents a dynamic partnership between community volunteers who teach the classes, educational institutions, public and private donors.
Spring semester classes will begin the week of February 18, 2014. View the current course schedule. This course schedule is updated and reflects the available courses.
Students attend class one evening a week to learn basic academic and living skills. Classes are held at a variety of community locations. Fall, Spring and Summer semesters are offered. The project is open to St. Louis City and County residents who are at least 18 years old. Scholarships are available for students who demonstrate financial need. Limited transportation assistance is available.
Students attend Adult Basic Education classes in their community and work toward taking the General Educational Development (GED) test. The project helps students improve their reading, writing, math, daily living skills and increase their academic abilities. There is no charge and is open to St. Louis County residents who are at least 18 years old.
"People First" Self-Advocacy Program
Participants learn about their rights, how to access services and information in the government and community and how to be strong self-advocates. Meetings are held once a month on Saturday afternoons. There is no charge and the group is open to St. Louis City and County residents who are at least 18 years old.
For more information e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or call 314/289-4200 (voice).