Adult Day Training (ADT) Program

The Adult Day Training (ADT) is a day training program for adults (22 years or older) intended to support the participation of individuals in daily, valued routines
of the community. The program includes work settings that do not meet the definition of supported employment.
The ADT program is designed to better serve participants with a specific schedule of activities that are planned
around their interests and abilities to maximize individual potentials.

All services will focus on training the participants in activities of daily living skills, self-advocacy, adaptive and
social skills that are age and culturally appropriate to foster independence. The program is a minimum of six
hours per day, for one or more days per week. The ADT program operates 240 days of the year.

In addition, we have realized there is an immediate need to serve young adults transitioning from the school
system into the community; therefore we are implementing a curriculum based program that can satisfy their
interests and be age and developmentally appropriate.

We currently accept the following funding opportunities: Agency for Persons with Disabilities (APD) Waivers (i.e., Developmentally Disabled Home and
Community Services (DD-HCBS) private pay and APD Non-Contracted funding. For more information call Adine Sadine at (305) 960-4964.

The ADT program is located at:
Sandra DeLucca Developmental Center
4560 NW 4th Terrace
Miami, FL 33126