Opportunity Through Equality

Dreams of America assists developmentally disabled adults in building up their skills, talents and overall self-sufficiency.

Opportunity Through Equality

Dreams of America assists developmentally disabled adults in building up their skills, talents and overall self-sufficiency.

About Us

We are a proud vendor of Regional Center, a nonprofit organization that is committed to serving disabled families. We also cater to private students upon request. Please contact us for more information regarding tuition.

We meet the needs of many parents of adults with disabilities who don’t have access to the resources they need to properly care for their children. That is why we’ve created a supportive, educational place that bridges the gap between school and home. We offer hope to parents and real enrichment opportunities for their developmentally challenged adult children.

What we do

Inspiring our students to inspire themselves is our top priority. We provide a staffing ratio of 1:4 to bring out each students’ true potential, and we serve our students with dignity and respect.

Dreams of America grows the basic, yet vital skill sets that people need both at home and in the community at large. We help our students become more independent through volunteer work and instructive activities – such as art classes and mobility training – aiding important job skill development. Ultimately, our goal is to guide students toward the path of employment by supporting their skill acquisition.

Services

Growing in the Community

We offer an array of activities, educational programs, and recreational services for disabled adults. Participants develop motor skills and learn useful lessons while out in the community, engaging in:

Volunteer Work

at places like local churches and food banks

Healthy Physical Exercise

through playing games and sports at local parks

Eating Out

at places in the community, like the Irvine Spectrum

Other Recreation

such as bowling and miniature golf

These activities not only get students  acclimated to society; they serve as vocational training, too. While volunteering and having fun, participants can become proficient in job-related abilities.

Contact Us

Address

Office: 14 Goodyear Suite #110, Irvine, CA 92618
Office: 18 Goodyear Suite #120, Irvine, CA 92618
Office: 8929 Irvine Center Dr. Irvine, CA 92618

Hours

Monday – Friday 9 a.m. – 3 p.m.