Adult Integration Program

The Adult Integration program is designed to improve employment and post high school outcomes for students with mild to moderate disabilities, ages 18-21, which have completed their high school education but have elected to continue their schooling. Teaching real world skills and going out into the community, AIP students learn important life skills. The program at Wallin School is taught by Mike Toll and Raul Schmalzbach along with a dedicated staff of paraprofessionals that aid in the education of our adult students.