Adult Programs

Adults Refining their Skills!

Young Adult Meet Ups (YAMU)

Young Adult Meet Ups are a social meetups designed for those starting with age 18! This is a unique program that allows the young adults to practice the ins and outs of social chit chat, decorum, and adult social expectations.

  • The meetup begins with relaxed social chit chat over dinner to practice the social communication multitasking skills needed to foster relationships.  Then it is on to board games adult like to play.  These are often role related, problem solving, full of humor, and lots of back and forth talking and collaborating! Often it involves working on teams or learning to role with the social jokes and comments!
  • Program similar in nature to what all adults do for social outings now that we are all grown up!
  • This program is best suited for those that are verbal enough to understand topics or considered to be “high functioning.”
  • Open to individuals 18 and older. Can still be enrolled in HS, a vocational ancillary program offered at HS level, post HS.

THIS PROGRAM IS RUNNING RIGHT NOW! It is called Young Adult 18+ MU on the sign up page

 All programming options are being offered stand alone (pick and choose what works for you!).  Click here to see the offerings for in person. 

League of Friends (LOF)

League of Friends is a social meetup program that is all about getting out there and having social fun-out in the actual community! It’s all about having fun! For more details on this program visit our LOF page. All LOF activities are indicated by a *** on the enrollment page.

LOF is called our “community events.”

THIS PROGRAM IS RUNNING RIGHT NOW!

All programming options are being offered stand alone (pick and choose what works for you!). Click here to see the offerings for in person.

Adult Special Topics

Adult Special Topics is a social meetup program designed with communication, social relatability, and involvement at the ADULT level kept in mind. Staff will cover a series of social topics adults typically have challenges with but in a relaxed manner so that adults do not feel like they “are in a therapy group.” Often topics revolve around how to build and maintain social relationships with others, staying involved, getting involved, and what we personally bring to the table that may hinder or slow this down.

  • This is a discussion based social event that has ice breaker activities mixed in with topic talk times and a relaxed social freetime to discuss what they want to!
  • This program is best suited for those that are verbal enough to understand and discuss topics or considered to be “high functioning.”
  • Open to individuals 18 and older.

THIS PROGRAM IS RUNNING RIGHT NOW! It is called Special Topic on the sign up page

All programming options are being offered stand alone (pick and choose what works for you!). Click here to see the offerings for in person.

Video Chats

Video Chats are offered through ZOOM, UTH’s web based video conferencing platform.  The platform offers a unique way for UTH members to continue to connect even when distance seperates them.

Video chats are monitored and used for various purposes including continued communication practice, networking, building relationships, gaining feedback and offering reflection, and practicing for interviews.

YES THIS PROGRAM IS RUNNING AT THIS TIME

Video chats currently offered informational PDF-contact UTH for actual enrollment forms 

Transitional Housing

Open enrollment for both the Female and Male Transitional Housing in addition to Basic Living Skills, Pre-Transitional and Post-Transitional programming! 

Enrollment now open! Contact [email protected] to gain more details.

UTH’s transitional housing is a one year program designed for those wishing to practice TRUE independence and the last step BEFORE living completely on their own. The transitional housing program at UTH is designed for high functioning adults who have demonstrated various pre-requisites and want an opportunity to refine them before doing their final “unenabled” launch.
It includes:
• Co-habiting with other adults
• No live in “babysitter” as this program is not meant to enable
• Weekly meetings with our staff to focus on life skills, progress toward individually set goals (school, job, career, life skills, etc.), and conflict resolution at all settings
• Designed to mimic a real “move out” on your own, but with still guidance from staff

To gain details on pre-requisites and all programming details contact UTH