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Angela Guevara



Associate Professor and Faculty Coordinator

of Adults with Disabilities


Spring 2021 calsses will be online due to COVID-19 Precautionary Measures. If the County of Orange moves out of purple tier, we will be able to offere on-campus classes.  

New students will need to complete an online application

Returning students can register through WebAdvisor ​

Office location: College and Workforce Preparation Center

 1572 North Main Street,
 Orange, CA 92867

Contact Number: (714) 628-5987

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​Students in the Adults with Disabilities Program should be able to:

  1. Benefit from education in a group setting
  2. Productively perform academic work independently with minimal assistance from instructor and IA
  3. Follow directions and stay on task for a reasonable period of time
  4. Maintain a satisfactory attention span to benefit from an 50 minutes of continuous instruction in a setting with distractions
  5. Use sufficient language comprehension skills to benefit from the class
  6. Participate in meaningful classroom activities
  7. Use receptive and/or expressive language
  8. Use appropriate behavioral and emotional responses

The Mission of the Program for Adults with Disabilities

To provide life, employment, and foundational educational skills to students with intellectual, developmental, and/or learning disabilities through specialized curriculum.  To provide students with the opportunity to earn a certificate of completion, transition into competitive wage employment, or transfer to credit classes. To provide employers with the opportunity for education on employees with disabilities.