GREENWICH, Conn. -- Jackson Williams and Michael Wrotnowski, both of Greenwich, were among 15 students who graduated July 15 from Vista Life Innovations.
Vista Life Innovations is a nationally accredited community-based education program for individuals with disabilities.
Jackson came to Vista in 2013 and Michael started in 2015. Both were students in the Discover Program, a transitional post-secondary program in a supported campus setting.
Through the program, students receive hands-on life skills instruction, employment training and counseling supports to help them develop the skills and behaviors needed to live independently as an adult.
Graduation is a significant milestone in the lives of Vista students that acknowledges the independence and success they have worked hard to achieve. Graduates will go on to move into their own homes or apartments and live as independent members of the community while receiving individualized services as members of Vista’s Engage Program.
Vista Life Innovations has been providing services and resources to assist individual with disabilities achieve personal success for more than 26 years. The 501(c)3 nonprofit organization’s mission is to provide services and resources to assist individuals with disabilities achieve personal success. For more information, please go here .