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Day Services provides supportive opportunities to grow in independence at home, at work and in the community. Functional, transferable skills to attain the greatest degree of independence for each individual distinguishes our person-centered programming. MTC’s community-based services enable individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities to achieve their greatest potential for independent and productive living, empowering them to live in their own homes or in residences located in their own communities.

Community inclusion activities, including volunteering at local nonprofits, is a hallmark of our person centered programming.

In-person instruction available at both our Tampa and Sabal Park location in Brandon.

Online learning is available through MTC’s eMpowered Virtual Learning.

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MTC’s EPIC ©Curriculum

Empowering People * Inspiring Change

  • 3E Training Room for technical, soft & safety skills
  • Computer Lab for technology training
  • Job Club for employability skills
  • Fitness Center for stamina and endurance
  • MTC Fine Arts Studios for imaginative growth
  • Community Inclusion and Outreach
  • Transition Assistance
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 Elevated Life Skills

 Life Skills Services maximize a person’s independence in activities of daily living. Emphasis is on building skills in personal health and safety, socialization, decision making, communication, community inclusion, and enrichment activities. Services are person-centered and driven by each individual’s needs, goals and desired supports.

Supportive Enhanced Services

Enhanced Services offers a greater level of support in a more structured setting. A smaller staff ratio is provided so that individuals may enjoy a meaningful day while participating in community activities, volunteerism, and life enrichment opportunities.

IS MTC RIGHT FOR YOU?

Graduating from high school and uncertain about what lies ahead?

MacDonald Training Center has a variety of services which effectively transition young people with disabilities into their post high school lives.
For information on MTC’s transition services, please email  Samantha Gwaltney, VP, Support Services: [email protected]
Funding Accepted: MedWaiver, General Revenue, Vocational Rehabilitation, Consumer Directed Care, Private Pay.