WE APPRECIATE YOUR CONTINUED SUPPORT & CONTRIBUTIONS
As a nonprofit organization, we rely on the members of the community. Your support and contributions help us in our efforts with the individuals that we serve. If you would like to donate in support of a specific individual, please enter Special Instructions for your donation once you are logged in at PayPal.
The Curriculum of SPACS involves the following 12 Core Areas:
- Early Learning Skills
- Language and Communication
- Self Care
- Daily Living Skills
- Recreational Leisure Activities
- Health Training
- Functional Academics
- Life Skill Education
- Social Skills Training
- Sensory Integration Training
- Behavioral Management and Intervention
- Community-Living and Interacting Skills
These areas are designed to cover the entire range of skills and sub-skills needed by an individual to lead as independent a life as possible within the constraints of his or her disabilities.
Please contact Lisa Tannahill @ (719)960–9088 for Enrollment options.
COMMUNITY ACCESS GROUP (CAG)
Our CAG services are designed to promote choice and exploration in social competencies in all natural environments.
Community Access Individual (CAI)
Community Access Individual is designed to help participants acquire, retain, or improve self-help, socialization and adaptive skills required for active participation and independent functioning outside the home. This service is provided on a one-to-one ratio.
COMMUNITY RESIDENTIAL ALTERNATIVES (CRA)
Our CRA services are designed to have a person-centered approach. Services provided are based on each individual’s needs and desired outcomes.
Virtual Learning Experience (VLE)
During our virtual learning experience, we will continue to engage our participants with our online curriculum that includes the SPACS Daily news, online exercise classes, ASL classes, Arts, and crafts, cooking with friends and interactive games just to name a few!
The Smart Place is offering a summer program for any students ages 10-21 with a learning, intellectual, or physical disability who are in Metro Atlanta.
Center Parent Provider Association (CPPA)
The Smart Place CPPA is a parent advocacy group, established to support our individuals. CPPA members meet once a quarter to maintain healthy community relationships, where advocacy and support is paramount. This special group of parents are involved in many areas dedicated to the betterment of all our individuals.
Please be sure to join us at our next meeting. For more details, please contact The Smart Place at 770.469.4418. Our meetings offer great community networking opportunities, where you can see your ideas come to life.
3595 Linecrest Rd.
Ellenwood, GA 30294