Hope-De Anza

Hope-De Anza Program

De Anza College's Programs Serving
Students with Developmental Disabilities

Overview

In partnership with HOPE Services* since 1975,
De Anza
works with under-served adults
who have:

HOPE

  • Intellectual disabilities characterized by significant limitations both in intellectual functioning and in adaptive behavior, which covers many everyday social and practical skills. (Includes student's diagnosed with mental retardation, Down's Syndrome, autism spectrum disorders, and/or related conditions)  

HOPE Services is a (CARF)  accredited agency which is considered the gold standard, the premiere accrediting body for rehabilitation programs. Facilities that are CARF-accredited must meet stringent international standards. CARF sees as its core values: ensuring that all people have the right to be treated with dignity and respect; that all people have access to needed services that achieve optimum outcomes; and that all people be empowered to exercise informed choice.

Employment preparation training takes place in
two off-campus HOPE work center locations.

WORK CENTER SITESTREET ADDRESSCONTACT  INFORMATION
HOPE Whittier 1555 Parkmoor Avenue
San Jose, CA 95128

Monica Sheirich.

Vocational Instructor 408.282.0427
Fax: 408.277.0512

HOPE- Alfred 3080 Alfred Street
Santa Clara, CA 95128

Chris Magnin

Vocational Instructor
408.562.1834
Fax: 408.562.1837

 

Sandi Kovach-Long

Vocational Instructor
408.562.1836

To advance students towards their employment goals, De Anza Instruction focuses on skill development in the following areas:

  • professional attitudes
  • professional behaviors
  • work skills
  • self-confidence
  • employment strategies
  • communication and expression
  • civic and personal responsibility
  • physical wellness
The successful thirty-nine year partnership between HOPE Services and De Anza College affords  students with services that are greater than either could provide alone. De Anza College enrolled students at HOPE have access to other services afforded students with disabilities, such as
  • registration assistance
  • audio-visual resources
  • a computer lab at each site
  • specialized instruction
De Anza College staff collaborate with the HOPE supported employment department and plays an important role in preparing students for community based jobs.

Find Out More!

HOPE
 
 
 

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Hope-De Anza Off-Campus
Hope-Whittier

Contact: Monica Sheirich
Phone: (408) 282-0427

Hope-Alfred

Contact: Chris Magnin

Phone: (408) 562-1834



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Last Updated: 11/19/14