Anixter Center Educational Services provides individualized instruction to children and adults in an academic setting. Programs are designed and implemented through a multidisciplinary team approach to student needs, with a strong emphasis on community integration.
Stuart G. Ferst School
Provides functional academic instruction, vocational experience and/or therapeutic education to students 7-21 years of age with behavioral/emotional disorders, traumatic brain injuries, or developmental disabilities such as autism, cognitive impairment or physical/medical impairment.
Adult Literacy Services
The Literacy program offers one-to-one tutoring services for individuals with disabilities aged 16 and older. Together, Literacy students and volunteer tutors create specific short-term and long-term goals based on what is important to the individual and the potential impact on his or her life.
Resources for current tutors can be found here
Anixter Center Training Institute
The Training Institute is an educational arm of Anixter Center that offers an array of professional training events geared to social service organizations and personnel that serve people with disabilities.