Our DTA program (established in 2003) provides activities, training, and supervision to promote skill development in independence, communication, and social relationships for ages 18 and up.Download DTA Intake Packet Now
Our program area offers a safe, clean, and fun environment for your loved one to spend the day with friends and enjoy a variety of activities.
We focus on all aspects of daily living where growth and development is our goal. Come by and see for yourself. You and your loved one are always welcome!
We provide a staffing ratio that does not exceed 1 staff to 4 or 5 individuals. This helps ensure that each individual receives the best care and supervision possible. All staff members are background checked and trained in State of Arizona requirements.
A variety of fun and educational activities occur on-site and in the community each day. These activities are designed with each individual’s needs, wants, and likes in mind. On-site activities include, but are not limited to, cooking classes, computer skills, gardening, exercise and tai chi classes, crafting, team games, and theme parties. An annual Thanksgiving celebration is one of the highlights each year as family and friends join us for dinner.
We participate in the community by maintaining an ongoing relationship with the Special Olympics, volunteering at food banks, attending concerts, going to art festivals, visiting the zoo, touring museums, and bowling, just to name a few. On occasion, we also take trips outside of the Phoenix area for fun in the snow, swimming at the lake, and visiting state attractions.
Our transportation radius is 15 miles (Cave Creek, Anthem, Scottsdale, North Phoenix, North Glendale).