An Autism Improvised Transitions Program
Our transitions program Code Breakers helps young adults break the code of our complex social communication rules, gaining a better understanding of social cues and context, one of the biggest predictors of success in the workforce. A robust approach to real life issues, this program is tailored to the needs of the group. Through improvised role play, understanding context, and coached discussion in a supportive and non-judgmental environment, our participants hone their critical thinking skills and gain self-reliance toward success in all aspects of daily living.
Typically, SIX intensive weekly classes for highly motivated young adults in one of our seven topics covering the challenging aspects of interpersonal relating. Must have language skills strong enough to participate in discussions that develop critical thinking and self-advocacy skills.
We are proud of our long time association with Georgia Tech as part of their Excel curriculum. We also bring Code Breakers to private pay and Georgia Vocational Rehabilitation clients in the North Fulton area.
Cash, Check, Credit card accepted. Third party funders considered (NOW, BDF, InCommunity)
Because of GVRA funding changes, we regret we are not able to accept GVRA clients at this time.