1. Obtain a Resource Coordinator (if possible)
  2. Obtain funding
  3. Schedule a tour of Scott Key Center
  4. Complete a Application for Enrollment for Scott Key Center
  5. Participate in an intake meeting
  6. Review by the Board of Directors
  7. Final Decision is made on admission or no admission
  8. If accepted, start date is determined based on funding

1. Admissions

We welcome and admit individuals of any race, color, national and ethnic origin, socio-economic background to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities made available to all individuals supported by Scott Key Center. Scott Key Center does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, sex, physical or mental disability. Scott Key Center’s admission decision for each individual is based on examination of the materials presented and consideration of information obtained during the intake meeting. From these sources, we determine if Scott Key Center can support the level of care needs of the individual referred. Each Scott Key Center student is required to have a record of a recent physical (within the last 12 months) a dental exam completed within the last 12 months, and record of current immunizations prior to enrollment. If you currently take medication, we will need original prescriptions (when possible one week prior to enrollment). Our Registered Nurse will discuss specific requirements for medication distribution with you.

You will receive a packet that contains all the forms that Scott Key Center is required by licensing to maintain in your case record. These forms help us better serve you. Most require your input; all require your signature. Without this information, enrollment can not occur. Legal guardians must sign these forms; you will not be enrolled into Scott Key Center unless these critical forms are signed. A Vocational Services Coordinator will review the information received and contact you should additional information be required. Vocational Services Coordinator will be glad to answer any questions you may have so please call.

2. Special Notes for First Day

When you arrive your first day at Scott Key Center, your Vocational Services Coordinator or other knowledgeable staff will meet you. You will then be walked to your assigned work area and introduced to your instructor.

5. Individual Plan Team

At Scott Key Center, a team supports each individual. The make-up of this team will reflect the individual’s needs. The following is a description of the Scott Key Center staff most likely to be a part of the Individual Plan team that supports you.

  • Vocational Services Coordinator: Each individual enrolled at Scott Key Center is assigned a Vocational Service Coordinator. The Vocational Service Coordinator coordinates your schedule and vocational services. The Vocational Service Coordinator will be Scott Key Center’s communication link for you and for the agencies supporting you.
  • Registered Nurse: Each individual is supported by a Scott Key Center’s full time registered nurse. The frequency of the nurse’s involvement will depend on your medical needs.
  • Instructors: Production areas and Janitorial Crews are staffed with professional trained Vocational Training Specialist. These individuals are responsible for the implementation of the Individualized Program (IP). They are responsible for documentation of daily progress toward vocational goals.
  • Transportation Staff: If Scott Key Center has been chosen to provide your transportation, our transportation staff will be responsible for the safety of your arrival and departure at Scott Key Center. Each bus is equipped with a cell phone and first aid equipment.

6. Keeping in Touch

It is important for caregivers and/or parents to remain in contact with the Vocational Services Coordinator to receive updates on progress or any area of concern. We welcome visitors to tour Scott Key Center but ask that you contact your Vocational Services Coordinator before coming in for a tour. This will minimize disruption to the program.