Classes & Services
Our "Celebrating the Arts" Day Habilitation Program is a full day NYS Medicaid Waivered Program. Classes run from 9am to 2pm, Monday through Friday, all year long. Our participants in the program range from students transitioning out of high school to senior citizens. The program is structured similar to a school day. Students with similar interests are joined together in small groups to participate in hour long classes. After the hour long class students switch to a different classroom to explore a different Art discipline for the following hour. Our diversity of classes in Music, Dance, Theater, Visual Arts, Creative Writing, and Media Studies are based on a three month theme that is collectively decided by staff and students alike. Previous themes have explored the history and Arts forms of the Greek Mythology, The Golden Era of Hollywood, Science in the Arts, Exploring the Sea, Rogers and Hammerstein, and more.
Our Dayhab Without Walls program focuses on gaining confidence and independence through experiential learning. The program runs from 9am to 2pm, Monday through Friday, all year long. Our participants in the program range from students transitioning out of high school to senior citizens. Students will meet in the morning at our main Ontario County location, a combination of classes and community enrichment will take place from there. Example community enrichment experiences include the George Eastman House, Memorial Art Gallery, Eastman School of Music, Rochester Museum and Science Center, various Libraries and more. Additionally students will be actively engaged in outdoor experiential learning. Outdoor opportunities include hiking, going to various parks, gardening, helping with animals, and other outdoor adventures. Lastly, our Dayhab Without Walls program creates opportunities for the students to volunteer and perform at community events, nursing homes, agencies, and school districts. Call 398-0220 to set up a tour or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Cobblestone Arts and Educational Center is always looking for volunteers to help with its classes for persons with disabilities. If you are a high school student, college student or looking for community service credit please feel free to contact us about our volunteer opportunities. For more information please call 585-398-0220.
Transportation is available for all students participating in our "Celebrating the Arts" Program. Our transportation department oversees the Arts Center's 8 wheelchair accessible busses and schedules pickup and drop-off times for all students. Participants are picked up at their houses in the morning and return home mid afternoon. We currently pickup students from Ontario, Monroe, Yates, Livingston, Genesee, and Wayne Counties. For any questions in regards to transportation please call our transportation phone number: (585) 924-2740.