Kaleidoscope Community Adult Program


Kaleidoscope is a Community Adult Program based in Dublin, California that offers specific programming for adults with special needs. These services help adults integrate into the community and include employment readiness and development, independent living skills, community inclusion, socialization, and many other beneficial activities.

Program Components

Life Skills Coaches and Interest-Based Programming

Participants work with Life Skills Coaches who help them pursue interests by helping them define their goals and become as independent as possible. Interest-based programming offered at Kaleidoscope includes:

  • Community Access
  • Recreation & Leisure
  • Physical Fitness
  • Pre-Employment
  • Volunteering
  • Life Skills

Employment Planning

For adults with special needs, finding a job is a critical first step toward self-determination and financial independence. Through Kaleidoscope’s employment planning services, coaches help participants with:

  • Career exploration and development
  • Employment opportunities within their communities
  • Skills, education, and training needed to meet employment goals
 

What are the Goals of the Kaleidoscope Community Adult Program?

The program aims to increase participants’ ability to care for themselves, self-advocacy, and quality of life for themselves and their families. Additionally, Kaleidoscope helps adults reach their employment goals, gain greater integration into their community, and achieve more independence in their lives.

For more information, call the Kaleidoscope Community Adult Program office at (925) 248-9922.

Our Kaleidoscope Community Adult Program is accredited by CARF International. The CARF surveyors noted that “the organization demonstrates a strong commitment to the clients [which is] clearly visible in the staff members’ conscientious attention to detail and collaborative efforts.” This three-year accreditation is the highest level of accreditation that CARF awards.

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