LEARNING CENTER

FOR ADULTS WITH 
DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES & AUTISM

WHAT WE DO

Kahumana's Adult Day Health program offers meaningful and interactive community-oriented opportunities for adults with developmental and intellectual disabilities, catered to the needs of each individual. 

 

Our participants are out in the community: engaging in activities, developing associations with others, discovering ways to make contributions to their community, and establishing roles of leadership and partnership. 

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LEEWARD 

LEARNING CENTER

WAIANAE

Kahumana Organic Farms & Cafe 86-660 Lualualei Homestead Rd.

Waianae, HI 96792

 

Our farm, café, commercial kitchen and retreat center provide fully integrated settings, as well as rich social and skill building opportunities.

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PAB PROGRAM

ONE-ON-ONE

One-on-one services

in the community at home
with participants

Participants work individually with Personal Assistance Habilitation staff to reach their daily living skills, communication and educational goals.

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WINDWARD LEARNING CENTER

St. Christopher’s Church

93 North Kainalu Drive
Kailua, HI 96734

The town of Kailua offers many volunteer, skill-building, recreational and social opportunities to provide  life skills and education.

KAILUA

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"At the Learning Center, I feel that everyone cares about me -  that I am having a good time and learning what I need to." 

ACTIVITIES

With an emphasis on making each day meaningful, every individual is given a tailored and varied program in order to build skills through a 6 hour scheduled day of activities Monday through Friday at our Windward and Leeward Learning Center.

 

Participants cultivate their daily living skills, communication abilities, and receive educational training in budgeting, reading, writing and math designed to reach their personal goals. 

  • Field Trips: farms, museums, libraries, hikes

  • Beach Outings & Cleanups

  • Budgeting & Grocery Shopping

  • Exercise & Dance 

  • Arts & Crafts

  • Cooking

  • Music Class

  • Computer Skills

  • Games

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HOW TO ENROLL

Kahumana Learning Center is an authorized provider under the Developmental Disabilities and Intellectual Disabilities (“DD/ID”) Medicaid Waiver Services Program. 

  1. Enroll in Medicaid to receive the DD/ID Medicaid Waiver Services Program.

  2. Contact your Case Manager in the Department of Health Developmental Disabilities Division to inform you of service options and facilitate admission and service procurement.

  3. Schedule a visit with our staff. 

Thank you for keeping in touch with Kahumana Learning Center!

CONTACT US

Henry Imperial

Program Director

himperial@asi-hawaii.org

808-261-8692

Eric Madden

Leeward ADH Supervisor

emadden@asi-hawaii.org

808-200-4732

Ryan Saito

PAB Supervisor

rsaito@asi-hawaii.org

808-200-4732

Tiffany Reyher

Windward ADH Supervisor

treyher@asi-hawaii.org

808-261-8692

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