Creating Opportunities
for Adults with Disabilities


Day Training Activity Center


Participant Choice & Independence

DTAC includes leisure activities, living skills development, and behavioral development for participants with behavioral challenges due to Autism or other behavioral health diagnoses. Although these participants may not be able to work in the community, they want and deserve opportunities to be engaged and learning. Staff members work with participants to build their social skills through group activities and community participation and enhance their independence by building skills such as toileting, hand washing, and feeding. As with all of our programs, we also ensure that our participants have space for fun and fulfilling activities like arts or music classes and time for socializing. Participants in this program need a high level of support, which is provided on a 1:1 or 1:2 staff to participant ratio. Program activities take place onsite at our facility and in the community, and are all centered on client choice and promoting independence.


Program at a Glance

  • Licensed by Community Care Licensing

  • Funded by Regional Center of Orange County

  • Transportation funded by Regional Center of Orange County

  • Self help support services

  • Facility and community integration

  • Thematic curriculum

  • Ratio 1:6

  • 1:2 self-help support

  • 1:1 behavior management



For more information, please contact Laura Forsythe at 949-837-7280 ext. 321.