Lakeshore Rehabilitation is a facility of the Alabama Department of Rehabilitation Services (ADRS).
Opened in 1973 as an office mandated to work with the "severely physically disabled," this community rehabilitation program assists people with significant disabilities in achieving their dreams – whether they lead to vocational training, college, or directly to employment. Programs are based on the consumer's needs, are individualized, and may include vocational assessment to identify skills, abilities, and career goals.
The facility, which is accredited by CARF (Council on the Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities), is currently working toward providing quality services for multiple disability groups.
ADRS-Lakeshore is comprised of four programs:
Adaptive Driving Training
- Assistive Technology
- Employability Development
- Vocational Evaluation