• Summer Transitions

Summer Transitions

For Students Ages 15-22


At the Arbor Scool of Central Florida's Summer Transitions Program, students engage in real-world activities that will help them increase their independent living and work skills. Some of these activities include:

  • menu planning.
  • shopping.
  • meal prep
  • daily work at one of many community partners.
  • outings to explore independence and career choice.
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Schedule:
Early June through late July (closed July 4th) 

Summer Transition Program Hours:
9:00-2:00, Monday-Friday

After Hours Care:
Available for additional cost

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Arbor School participates in the John McKay Scholarship and Gardiner Scholarship programs. For more information, click here.

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