mentoring services for teens and transition age students 14-21
Looking for mentoring services for your teen or transition age student with disabilities?
The goal of Aptiv's mentoring program, for teens and transition age students ages 14-21, is to help teens and transition age students with disabilities achieve their full potential for personal development so they may live more independent lives. Aptiv’s mentoring program features a structured and trusting relationship that brings teens and transition age students together with caring and committed Aptiv staff who offer guidance and encouragement aimed at supporting the character and development of youth.
Mentors provide support to improve a teen or transition age student's ability to interact in the community in socially appropriate ways by practicing, modeling, guiding, and shadowing the child in the community.
The programming may also provide education and skill development or training to improve a teen or transition age student's ability to perform routine daily activities and utilize community resources.
Aptiv offers mentoring services to support the participant through:
Mentoring services provide a form of respite for families.
Mentoring service options
Our services are provided within the community, home, and/or educational setting.
Our mentoring services provide...
Structured programming to promote the social success of youth
Better decision making skills
Daily living skills
Increase community involvement
Improve the well-being of youth
Prevent abuse/neglect and prevent and/or reduce alcohol, tobacco, and other drug use.
How do I get started?
We would love the opportunity to talk with you about your questions and needs.
- Contact Aptiv today for an informational, no-cost, no-obligation discussion to determine options for participation*.
- Aptiv meets with the individual and their support network to develop an individualized plan and provide services as outlined in that plan.
*If a family is elegible for funding through the state and county they will be assessed by a county social worker and can request to be referred to Aptiv for services.
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funding & support resources
ESY (Extended School Year) services are required special education and related services provided beyond the limits of the school term, in accordance with the child's IEP, and at no cost to the parents. These services are necessary in order to provide a free appropriate public education (FAPE).
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