This past year, STARS provided adult day training (DTA) at our Cholla campus for 44 individuals who were previously homebound during Covid. While our state-of-the art technology enabled us to maintain a virtual connection with each of them, we missed them dearly and we are grateful to have them back on campus!


Our trained instructors work within the skill sets of each participant’s individual abilities to encourage and support them in becoming as self-reliant as possible, while emphasizing vocational abilities paired with short and long term goals.  We offer countless opportunities to develop skills to tap into each person’s creativity through programming focused on:
 * Creative Arts
 * Physical Fitness
 * Gardening
 * Community Integration in a Safe & Structured Environment
 * Virtual Exploring through Smartboards
 * Vocational Training as part of the Curriculum
 * Social & Life Skills Training

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"Our son Dewey, who is 37, is non-verbal but definitely makes his likes and dislikes known. He actually looks forward to getting up and leaving the house in the morning. Dewey receives excellent care from a team of compassionate, caring individuals. We can load him into their van in the morning with confidence knowing he will arrive safely at the STARS Program. We would recommend STARS to anyone looking for a fun, safe, caring, Adult Day Program for their loved one with special needs. Thank you STARS!"
– Monica Cluff