Compensatory Education (CED)
Located on the 1st floor of the McLeod (S) Building
The Compensatory Education program is designed for adults who have been diagnosed as developmentally disabled or who have been medically pronounced as functioning at a level equivalent to mental retardation resulting from head injury or brain damage.
Instruction is designed to help individuals with reading, life skills, money management, community living, health habits, problem solving, and vocational skills.
The goal of the program is to help individuals acquire skills and abilities needed to become more independent and self-directed to meet and manage community, social work, and personal adult responsibilities.
All classes are free of charge.
Classes are offered at the Wilmington Campus Monday through Friday. Classes are also offered at other satellite locations. Please call for an appointment for class availability and placement.
For more information call (910) 362-7457 or 362-7349.