The Horizons School provides a community-based educational program promoting successful transition to independent living for young adults with learning disabilities, autism spectrum and developmental disorders.
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Horizons School students celebrate with university mentors their individual achievements to improve healthy habits. Horizons participated for the fifth year in the collaborative “I Can Do It” Program developed by the President’s Council on Fitness, Sports and Nutrition.
Mentors from the UAB Schools of Health
Professions and Education guided young adults with learning and
other disabilities to assess current physical activity and eating practices and
implement a plan for improvement. All benefited from the weekly interaction,
learning new skills and receiving much encouragement!
Horizons is one of three Alabama field
sites for this worthwhile service-learning activity. Others include AIDB and
United Ability. Emerging professionals learn how best to serve individuals with
Thanks to the faculty and students from
UAB Departments of Physical Therapy, Occupational Therapy and Human Studies for
participation in this worthwhile program!