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Covid-19 Response:

Transition to Virtual Services

In an effort to support our clients during this time of the Safer at Home order, Able ARTS Work adult day services and Mobile Arts Program has converted services to be delivered via virtual/telehealth methods, via live Zoom sessions, and virtual video sessions. These class and sessions feature the instructors and therapists that program clients worked with daily prior to the Safe at Home, from the Governor of CA, Gov. Newsom, order and will continue to build on skills and goals that clients were working on while at program. Our day programs are a place of creativity and self-expression; our virtual/telehealth classes are geared to provide this same atmosphere in the client’s home. Our goal is to provide the comfort and creativity of programs in client homes. The benefits of this service to clients is that they are still connected to their peers and program community; which we hope will counter the effects of isolation and anxiety that may occur when their daily routine has been upended by having to stay home for an extended amount of time.

From full & part day creative classes to 1:1 theurapeutic services, both Adult Day Programming and Mobile Arts Programs are currently offered Monday through Friday virtually. Services are funded through Westside Regional Center, Harbor Regional Center, Inland Regional Center, Orange County Regional Center, and San Diego Regional Center.

Check out our YouTube channel for prerecorded virtual learning videos created by our incredible staff!

To start the enrollment process, please contact us. 

About Covid

Developmental & Intellectual Disability 


       Supporting Individuals with Autism through            Uncertain Times

       Click here to see updates and resources                shared by the Department of Developmental          Services.

       List of resources regarding COVID-19 by the          National Leaders in the Mental Health                    Aspects of Intellectual and Developmental              Disabilities.

       Visit Westside Regional Center's website for          all information regarding COVID-19 and how          you may support your loved ones with                    disabilities.

       Westside Regional Center has shared their            own updates on handling the COVID-19 crisis,        resources on where to receive up-to-date              verified information, and resources for                    individuals, families and service providers.

Mental Health & Self Care

       HelpLine Resource Guide for those struggling        with mental health through this time of                    challenge and uncertainty.

       Tips on how to work from home & adjusting            to the transition.

       Presented by the Substance Abuse and                  Mental Health Services Administration

       Visit this link to check out self-led art                      workshops and printable/downloadable                  worksheets created by A Window Between            Worlds (AWBW/).​

       Headphones are recommended for a full                experience of seeing the beautiful parks                across the nation.

       Use Google Street View's curated collection          of visiting famous sites and landmarks.                    without leaving your home!

       Visit this page for at-home creative                          expression activities, therapeutic art activity            books, and more helpful resources on                    supporting children's emotional and mental            health during this pandemic.

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