ELA Mission: Creating opportunities for adults with disabilities to achieve personal growth.
ELA Vision: Reaching new heights in community, play and life.
Enriched Lifestyles for Adults (ELA) is a year-round day program for individuals with disabilities who are 22 years of age and older. ELA was created to enhance the quality of life and offer well-rounded daytime program options for adults with disabilities while providing a flexible schedule for families. Click here to download ELA’s brochure.
ELA’s core program areas are:
- Independent Living & Continuing Education:
Computers, Nutrition & Health, Money Skills, Reading, Cooking
- Communication & Socialization:
Peer Interactions, Current Events, Relationship Building, Conflict Resolution
- Recreation & Leisure:
Sports, Fitness, Arts & Crafts, Music, Hobbies
- Community Integration:
Community Service Projects, Lunch Outings, Day Trips, Using Community Resources
Monday-Friday, from 9:00 am to 3:00 pm. Participants may choose to attend two, three, or five days per week, with half and full day options available. If you are interested in beginning the registration process for NSSRA’s adult day programming, please click here to download and complete the Adult Day Program Interest Form. Once complete, forms can be mailed or dropped off to Becca Luecke at NSSRA or emailed to email@example.com.
ELA Participants Must:
- Be 22 years of age and older or a high school graduate.
- Complete the intake assessment process to determine ELA eligibility and participant program needs.
- Submit participant information forms as requested by the ELA Program.
Registrations are accepted throughout the program year. Program capacity is limited to 20 participants per day. For openings, to schedule a tour or for more information, contact Becca Luecke, Recreation Manager for ELA, at (847) 509-9400 x6823 or firstname.lastname@example.org.