The Pilot Knob Service Center (formerly located in West St. Paul) is the location of our brain injury program and serves as a hub for Spectrum, our community-based day program serving people with Autism Spectrum Disorder and other disabilities.
Program Details – Brain Injury Services
Our brain injury program helps you rediscover your world. Whether it is mastering new skills, living more independently, or working individually or as part of team, you can increase your potential and ability to lead a fulfilling life. Our goal is to transition you from our program back into your home, community and employment. To enhance these efforts, we have aligned our programs to build natural steps toward reaching that goal.
For a detailed program description, see our Brain Injury Services page.
Program Details – Spectrum
- Licensed day services provider
- Serves people with Autism Spectrum Disorder as well as a range of other disabilities
- Transition age through adult
- Open Monday through Friday, 9 am to
2 pm, second shift options available.
- Participants who work earn paid time off.
- Activities are based in the community and support living more independently.
- Three types of employment choices available: independent placements, Supported Employment Teams (SETs), or center-based production
- Home and Community Based Services waivers including Community Alternatives for Disabled Individuals (CADI), Brain Injury (BI), and Developmental Disabilities (DD)
- County social services
- Medical assistance
- Private pay
Transportation is provided to community employment and activities. We can also coordinate public transportation training, obtaining Metro Mobility certification and ride management.