Glidepath
Rich, Active Learning Experiences
Glidepath Curriculum is a unique program resource developed by Search, Inc. Glidepath Curriculum is designed to support person centered programs and services, choice of daily activities and access to the greater community. Glidepath lesson plans provide easy to follow instructions for providing a variety of rich, active experiences that meet the needs and preferences of individuals with a wide range of intellectual and developmental disabilities. Glidepath Curriculum reaches over 1,000 individuals every day in program locations across Illinois.

"As the landscape of service provision changes, it is critically important that Search and other providers look to innovate the way they support individuals in the community. Glidepath Curriculum is a great example of thinking differently about how to enhance a person's ability to achieve their goals and live the life they want."
- Janet Stover, President/CEO, Illinois Association of Rehabilitation Facilities

Variety and Fun for Program Participants

Glidepath Curriculum provides the individuals participating in your programs and services opportunities to:

• Build useful skills and knowledge that can be applied in daily life
• Engage in a variety of enriching and fun activities
• Connect learning to meaningful experiences in the community
• Make choices, and develop emotionally and socially

Tools and Resources for Direct Support Staff
Glidepath Curriculum provides your program staff with the tools they need to:

• Deliver a consistent, well -coordinated day
• Facilitate interactive learning through hands-on activities, repetition, and group interaction
• Actively engage program participants for the duration of their day
• Create opportunities for meaningful community integration

Customized Learning to Fit Your Needs
The curriculum library is comprised of over 140 modules that cover a powerful combination of subject areas and experiences designed to appeal to a broad range of interests. Each module contains an easy to follow instruction guide for running thirteen 45-minute sessions (almost ten hours of total content) which gives your direct support staff the necessary tools to support quality outcomes for the people you serve. Module topics integrate information and skills from the following areas:

• Fine Arts
• Communication
• Personal Development
• Sensory Integration
• Community Integration
• General Studies
• Literacy


For more information contact:
Nicholas Larson
Phone: 773-305-5000 x54
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