Adults with Special Needs Services

Living life to the fullest.
Adult Training Facility disabled man with horse

Community Participation Support

Lifesteps has been providing services for Adults with Intellectual/Developmental Disabilities since 1980. Lifesteps' staff encourage ongoing learning and socialization to foster independence in community engagement and daily living activities. Staff work with each participant to reach individualized goals… providing care every day with core values of dignity, respect, and compassion.

Lifesteps offers services in Armstrong, Beaver, Butler, Indiana and Washington Counties through Lifesteps Community OutReach Program and Transition Program...The Next Step. 

Community OutReach

Day Program for Individuals with Intellectual/Developmental Disabilities.

Living Everyday Lives

  • Community Participation
  • Career Exploration
  • Employment
  • Independent Living Skills

Transition Service 

High School Students & Young Adults
Transitioning into Adult Life
  • Independent Living Skills 
  • Vocational & Employment Skills
  • On-Going Education/Training

Transition Program...The Next Step

Lifesteps Transition Program is designed for high school students and young adults with intellectual/developmental disabilities, including autism, to prepare them to live as independently as possible. The program incorporates three primary areas:
  • Independent Living Skills
  • Vocational & Employment Skills
  • On-Going Education/Training 


Community Collaboration

Learn more about Armstrong and Indiana Community OutReach's Collaboration with Indiana University of Pennsylvania by watching this video.