This innovative program assists and prepares young adults with developmental disabilities to transition from an inclusive high school experience to a more independent adult community based life, family governed and community supported. Not agency run, it unfolds the way life does, with skill enhancing activities in community settings (libraries, community centres, businesses, work sites, recreation facilities). Young adults participate in a “campus” type of experience that is flexible and serves a wide range of skill development, both part time or full time or on a “one course at a time” basis. Highly skilled coaches and educators provide support and instruction. CLBC currently funds some programs through North Shore agencies, however they are somewhat limited in nature, often operating in more self-contained settings outside the general community. Even those limited programs regularly face budget cuts and it is time to find a new, sustainable way to provide the education, social, recreational and employment skills programs that foster the growth young adults achieved during their high school years. Because these groups can be small and flexible, programming needs can change as needs of participants change, and they can be life-long learners and contributors to their communities through employment and/or volunteer work where they will be known by all its citizens, not just those with disabilities. This innovative and inclusive model is sustainable, economical and replicable.