A transitional education program in a supported campus setting.
The Discover Program consists of the on-campus Dormitory & Residence Hall at our Westbrook Campus and the off-campus Transition Apartments at our Guilford campus. These living experiences prepare students for living and working in the Shoreline Community.
The Discover Program consists of:
- Supported dormitory and apartment living with 50-60 hours of meaningful, weekly activities
- Life skills services include household, time, food, medication and money management as well as self-care, community integration, and health and safety training
- Vocational services include individual and small group hands-on training within the community
- Counseling supports are provided one-on-one, in group settings and on-the-spot for student’s development of self-awareness, individuality, self-esteem, competence, resilience, coping skills, and optimism about their future and increased autonomy
For more information, contact Esther Vallas, Director of Discover & Employment Services, at 860.399.8080 ext. 136, or complete the inquiry form.