Some of the common questions we are asked about our services and programs at Full Life are listed below.  If you can’t find what you need, feel free to contact us.

We run two programs every day, Monday through Friday. The morning program starts at 8:00 am and finishes at 1:00 pm. The afternoon program starts at 12:00 pm and ends at 5:00 pm. Clients should aim to arrive at the beginning of their scheduled program and stay for the duration to ensure they can take advantage of all our fun activities and community outings.

Full Life serves and supports adults with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities who are interested in developing their independence, integration, and productivity skills in a dynamic, social, and creative atmosphere. We are always open to reading referral packets for individuals who are interested in the program in order to determine whether Full Life may be a good fit.

Click HERE ( to find out more about eligibility.

We help folks get a job that are already receiving DD services either through a brokerage or one of the following counties; Multnomah, Clackamas and Washington. Please inquire with your case manager or program administrator to see if you qualify.

We do serve some private pay clients. Please reach out to the CEO, Rachel Bloom, to inquire:

Supported employment refers to service provisions wherein people with disabilities, including intellectual disabilities, mental health, and traumatic brain injury, among others, are assisted with obtaining and maintaining employment. Full Life provides job coaching based on each client’s needs.

A day program is a service to support individuals as they develop their skills by participating in group activities and community outings. Full Life is a DSA day program for adults with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities. DSA stands for Day Support Activities. DSA includes both attendant services and skills training and may be provided in either a facility or the community. Full Life offers both facility and community based DSA services.

Discovery is a government funded program designed to help each individual explore their own potential in employment fields related to their specific interests and support needs. It was designed to find out “who a person is”, to learn their interests and abilities which often evolves through the Discovery process. Read more about Discovery HERE (

If you have any more questions, please inquire via our Contact Us page.