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Community Integrated Training (CIT)


CIT Program Brochure

Anticipated Individual Outcomes

Each program participant will learn
the following:

  • Employment training
  • Community Integration
  • Self-advocacy
  • Self-sufficiency and Self-Care
  • Achieve IPP objectives
  • Communicate effectively
  • Health and safety




Methods to Develop Individual’s Functional Skills:

  • Ongoing participation.
  • Ongoing assessments.
  • Ongoing training.
  • Ongoing exploration of community services and community-based recreational activities.
  • Practical demonstrations.
  • Individualized training techniques and individualized assessments
  • Coaching/Mentoring
  • Group instructions, demonstration, discussions, and tutorials

Type of Support Provided


Community-based recreation and integration include cultural activities, volunteering, social skills, trips to museums, library and community events.

Recreational and leisure skills include arts and crafts, music, field trips.

Basic nutrition training, include menu planning, meal preparation, reading and understanding nutrition labels.

Self-advocacy learn to advocate for oneself, ask for help, communicate effectively, share thoughts and feelings, learn own rights and make life choices and decisions.

Self-Sufficiency and Self Care include personal care, emotional support, financial independence, and interest, learn financial independence.

Learn to gain greater independence include activities of normal living such as, personal hygiene, grooming, and recreation.

Staffing Ratio:

Support will be provided by qualified Instructors on a 1:3 basis to accommodate individualized support requirements and to maximize goal attainment.

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