St. Coletta of Greater Washington is a non-profit organization, which serves children and adults with intellectual disabilities, autism, or multiple disabilities. Our special education school serves students ages 3-22 years old. Each student has an IEP, and in addition to participating in classroom activities, is able to receive various forms of therapy on campus. Our core program includes: functional academics, skills of daily living, community based instruction, adaptive physical education, arts education, computer skills and vocational training. The school is located in Washington, DC, and community based instruction is an important part of the programming, as are activities focused on teaching vocational and life skills. Our Adult Programs offers adults ages 18 and older opportunities to participate in vocational / pre-vocational training, supported employment, life skills training, and community integration in order to achieve greater independence.