New Horizons is a Place of Learning

You never know what someone with a disability is capable of.  That’s the message that New Horizons’ founding families wanted to share with the world in regards to their children so many years ago.  They believed that if given the chance and the skills their little ones could be taught, and thereby flourish with lives of meaning and purpose.  Because of their belief, or rather determination and sheer tenacity, more than sixty years later our campus is abuzz with classrooms where individual adult participants pursue their dreams, leaning functional living and work training skills.  They also have the opportunity to explore creative expression through arts and crafts and media arts; and they find growth through self-expression and self-advocacy in our classes and in our on-campus client Toastmasters group.  It is through our agency’s learning programs and the willingness of our clients to reach for a brighter future that proves every day…  you just never know.

Virtual Day Program

Members are taught a number of activities, such as safety lessons, cooking skills, arts and crafts, and self-advocacy, through New Horizons’ virtual online portal.

Monarch Mobile Day Program

A customized day program that literally meets Members where they are in providing support and services

Go4Grocery

Go4Grocery teaches individuals how to skillfully and successfully work in local grocery stores/markets, plus other retail companies.

Technology Media Arts (TMA)

Clients are given the opportunity to learn skills that enable them to stay in step with the current digital age.