Vista Life Innovations, a nationally accredited community-based education program for individuals with disabilities, is hosting free information sessions in Greenwich and Fairfield for young adults seeking transition services.
These sessions, Introduction to Independence: Transition Programming for Young Adults, are ideal for students and families in the process of exploring available transition programs and services. Each session will help answer common questions parents and guardians have about the “next steps” for their sons or daughters as they begin to age out of school.
Representatives from Vista will provide an overview of transition programs, independent living for young adults, and factors to consider when looking into potential programs and services. Light refreshments with be provided at both sessions.
The Greenwich session will be held Tuesday, May 17, at 6:30 p.m. at the Cos Cob Library, 5 Sinawoy Road. To RSVP, register online at by May 13 or call 860-399-8080 ext. 106.
The Fairfield session is scheduled for Wednesday, May 25, at 6:30 p.m. at the Fairfield Public Library, 1080 Old Post Road. To RSVP, register online at vistalifeinnovations.org/52516is by May 20 or call 860-399-8080 ext. 106.
Vista has been providing services and resources to assist individuals with disabilities achieve personal success for over 26 years. Accredited by the National Commission for the Accreditation of Special Education Services, Vista has campuses in Westbrook, Madison and Guilford.
Its population is comprised of individuals with autism spectrum disorder, learning disabilities, seizure disorders, traumatic brain injuries, intellectual disabilities and ADHD. Last year, Vista provided services to more than 300 individuals and their families.