The D'Vine Path Life I Can Program offers life skills training for high functioning adults on the spectrum, Asperger's Syndrome and other mild learning disabilities who have aged out of the high school (age 18 and over).
The students attend our program training in life skills, self advocacy and empowerment through agriculture including viticulture, hospitality and the arts. The students learn proper life skills to help overcome barriers to promote a healthy and more balanced lifestyle through weekly expert guest speakers and off-site field trips to other farms, ranches and vineyards.
- Students “adopt” a row of vines learning how to personally care for their
plants giving them a sense of ownership and purpose.
- Students must relinquish their headphones or devices at the beginning of
each class until the end to promote focus and attention to presentations
and to each other.
D'Vine Path uses expert licensed mental health and fitness professionals to educate and train our students to maintain good health practices to prevent or control disease and/or prevent injury.
- A licensed Nutritionist educates our
students on proper eating, helps
organize a food and nutrition plan by
utilizing a food diary, and help
promote healthy eating habits to
- A licensed Personal Trainer delivers safe,
effective, fun and interesting
workouts to all our students, as well as
teach everyday fitness for easy
Our Life I Can Life Skills program is powered by the Fallbrook Health District 2020 Grant.
We are grateful for their support!