This program is designed for young adults aged 18–30 who have a severe to moderate developmental disability, have completed their secondary education and have a strong interest in learning. It is expected that they will require a support worker (the provision of the support worker is the participant’s responsibility).
Through individual and group learning, the goal of Adventure Seekers is to:
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Adventure Seekers is a part-time (eight hours per week). Students meet as a group two days a week for four hours with an instructor.
Through student consultation, course content reflects topics of relevance and interests of the students and can include:
Courses and delivery will be modified to suit individual capabilities and interests. Functional literacy is integrated into the program with a focus on:
(For new applicants please see our detailed New Applicants Procedure.)
Families seeking to re-enrol their student for the second year of Adventure Seekers are guaranteed a seat in the class.
Families will be placed on a waiting list if they wish to re-enrol in the Adventure Seekers program after two years, and/or if applicant is 30+ years old. This allows priority seats for new families. Students are considered Adventure Seekers Alumni after they have completed two years in the program or if they are over the age of 30. Should seats remain in the program after the applicant registration deadline, Alumni will be given an opportunity to apply for one additional year.
Please see Alumni Applicants Procedures.
Tel: +1 250-561-5846
Tel: +1 800-371-8111 ext. 5846
Monday to Friday: 8am-4pm
Closed on Statutory holidays
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