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Brighton Launch is a private (i.e., not government funded) program for young adults 18+ with challenges, who are preparing to, or have moved from school to post-school activities: employment or supported employment, further education, independent or supported living and community participation. Whatever the destination, we help to prepare our young adults for “lives of success.”
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BrightonLaunch is, for the families that enroll, a life-changer. The students enter an environment that is as empathetic as it is supportive, one in which they experience a community of peers, some of them for the first time. That alone can be transformative. The intention, as they say so beautifully, is to create “lives of success”—that they use that terminology is a great entrée to the focus of the program. Students are engaged through their strengths and talents, rather than any supposed or perceived deficits. They call the school a “launch pad” which is great, too—the program looks ahead to next steps, including entrée into social and work settings beyond the walls of the school. Instruction is informed by a wealth of expertise and experience. In all that and more, there’s certainly a lot to love.