Day Treatment and Training, Adult (DTA)
Day Treatment and Training, Adult (DTA) is available in Hereford on our main campus. Transportation may be available. Contact us for more information.
Many of our Direct Service Professionals (DSP) are bilingual.
The Day Treatment and Training, Adult (DTA) program service provides specialized sensory-motor, cognitive, communicative, social interaction and behavioral training to promote skill development.
EHR day programs are based on an agricultural model where the program participants are provided with an opportunity to work with the animals or in the gardens, hike, exercise and work on crafting in the daytime. Planning sessions of the participant’s Individual Support Plan (ISP) are conducted.
Deanna is flourishing at Echoing Hope Ranch. Since joining their program, Deanna participates in more activities, communicates more, and is good at achieving her goals. She loves to dance, exercise, and participate in arts and crafts activities. Deanna has found a community of people who allow her to be who she is, without judgement.
— David, Deanna’s father
Goals of the DTA program at Echoing Hope Ranch are to provide:
- Training and supervision to increase or maintain socialization and adaptive skills so the participant may more fully engage in the community.
- Opportunities for participants to interact with friends and others in the community.
- Opportunities for participants to develop skills that will lead to meaningful days, roles within the community, a vision for the future and personal priorities.
Transportation to and from the program is available.