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The Structured Day Program is designed to help individuals with brain injuries or other neurological disabilities develop the daily living skills and compensatory strategies needed to safely return to their communities. This service is Structured Day Habilitation Services, not Adult Day.

Individualized Support

Our instructors provide the supervision, training, and supports needed for each individual to attain, maintain, and improve their daily living skills. Services are provided in small groups with a minimum staffing ratio of two staff per eight individuals.

Community Settings

Instruction is provided to small groups (8 individuals or fewer) at our training center in East Liberty and in the community. Activities include volunteering, luncheons, grocery shopping, banking, and more.

Daily Living Skills

  • Communication
  • Emotional Regulation
  • Financial Management
  • Impulse Control
  • Budget Skills
  • Meal Preparation
  • Safety
  • Technology Skills
  • Planning
  • Problem-Solving
  • Self-Help
  • Executive Functioning Skills
  • Task-Initiation and Completion
  • Other Compensatory Skills

Referrals and Funding

Bridget Lowery, MS, CBIST - Brain Injury Program Consultant

CLASS works with each individual when they are referred for services, helping them navigate current and potential funding sources as they explore eligibility for the program.

If you have questions about Structured Day Services, please contact Bridget Lowery, Brain Injury Program Consultant, at, or by phone at 484-558-0776, or via our online contact form.