The Skills Development Center (the SDC) is a place where adults, 18 and older, with developmental and intellectual disabilities can learn vocational and life skills while enjoying the companionship of others.
The SDC was started by parents who realized that the many support systems available to their adults ended after graduation from high school. Once they are out in the community, it becomes harder for them to find and maintain employment. Often times this is due to a lack of resources and programs that teach appropriate behaviors, social skill, and independent life skills. Here, we strive to provide a place where these opportunities are available to help each individual succeed.
In Memory of our beloved friend, Lisa Handke
We will miss you.