Nevins offers free, on-site education classes to adults that are enrolled in any of its programs. This invaluable educational opportunity is made possible through a long-time partnership with the Central Piedmont Community College (CPCC) Compensatory Education program.
Taught by CPCC certified instructors in classrooms on the Nevins campus, these classes provide specialized education and transition courses for adults diagnosed with an intellectual disability or a traumatic brain injury. The program’s goal is to help students learn skills for:
- Independent living
- Successful employment
- Active participation in the community
Eight different courses are offered to help students learn the following skills:
- Reading and writing
- Math and money management
- Consumer education
- Job seeking and job success skills
- Interpersonal relationships
- Community awareness
For more information about CPCC’s classes at Nevins, please contact us. To learn more about CPCC’s Compensatory Education program, click here.