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
Take a peek at our program
Students in the Adults with Disabilities Program should be able to:
- Benefit from education in a group setting
- Productively perform academic work independently with minimal assistance from instructor and IA
- Follow directions and stay on task for a reasonable period of time
- Maintain a satisfactory attention span to benefit from an 50 minutes of continuous instruction in a setting with distractions
- Use sufficient language comprehension skills to benefit from the class
- Participate in meaningful classroom activities
- Use receptive and/or expressive language
- 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.