After High School & Community Support

Many individuals with a developmental disability seek opportunities for continued growth past their high school years. Often, they want to pursue their interests throughout adulthood. Or, some choose to become more involved in their community. We offer individualized and group support that helps people build and expand their skills and encourages continued interaction with their peers and community.

For more information about our services and programs for young adults and adults, call 802.488.6500 or 802.488.6000.

  • Individual Support

    Agency and contracted staff provide one-to-one support to help individuals pursue their goals and interests. Staff help clients so they are able to participate in community activities and opportunities, such as classes, events, and outdoor recreation opportunities.

  • Group Support

    There are a variety of group activities at Howard Center that help young adults and adults learn new skills, acquire helpful information, explore their interests, and develop friendships.

  • Gaming Group

    The Gaming Group is a social, coed group for individuals 16 and older who want to gain friendships and companionship through playing interactive games. Video games and board games are played weekly in groups.

  • Burlington Self Advocacy Club

    The Burlington Self-Advocacy Club is a client-run group that helps people gain skills so that they are able to be their own self-advocate. The group discusses topics related to disability advocacy and hosts several social events throughout the year.

  • Resource Center

    The Resource Center is a welcoming and friendly center, with various activities throughout the day (Monday- Friday). All activities at the Resource Center are free for Howard Center clients and are adjusted to meet all ability levels. The Resource Center is an engaging place to meet friends and to learn new skills.
    View or download the March 2020 Activities Calendar.

  • Onion River

    The Onion River day program serves individuals with high levels of medical needs. Participants take part in community activities and may also attend Howard Center’s Resource Center.

  • Mosaic Room

    The Mosaic Room is a sensory room at the Resource Center with a range of stimuli and activities to help individuals develop and engage their senses.