Supporting adults with disabilities by providing specialized classes and inclusion services.
What is Project SOAR?
Project SOAR is a consortium supported by the Community Education Departments of the Hopkins, Minnetonka, St. Louis Park, and Wayzata School Districts. However, you don't have to live in those areas to participate in the Project SOAR program.
For over 20 years, Project SOAR has been providing programming, classes, activities, and services that help break down barriers and allow adults with disabilities the opportunity to participate in Community Education programs. Project SOAR activities and classes are specially designed and adaptable for all abilities. SOAR participants can take cooking or arts classes, join self advocacy programs, play bingo, go to dances, explore with seasonal events, and more.
Project SOAR services provide assistance, such as sign language interpreters and classroom assistants, to help adults with disabilities participate in Community Education programs. Project SOAR is also a source for referrals to agencies and other resources in our community.
Visit www.projectsoarmn.org to view the Project SOAR catalog. Register for classes online through the Minnetonka Community Education system.
Registration & Contact
Contact Lindsay Richins at Project SOAR to receive a catalog of adapted classes and resources.
Lindsay Richins, Program Manager
4584 Vine Hill Road
Deephaven, Minnesota 55331