ACCESS Program 23-24

The ACCESS Program is designed to teach life long learning beyond the classroom, to meet the needs of young adults from 17 years and up, diagnosed with learning, intellectual, and developmental difficulties. The program is available in full and part-time options. Registrations per term are accepted up to 4 weeks before the start of each Term.

ACCESS offers opportunities for young adults with differential learning needs to learn socially significant goals within the community. It provides young adults with individualized instruction using evidence-based practices and evolves based on the available data. The specialized program team are committed to ensuring our young adults receive a program that is grounded in scientific support and adheres to international standards of best practice.

Parents or young adults who wish to apply for a place are invited to contact the office to arrange to meet with a member of the ACCESS team. At this meeting, we will discuss how the program might meet the individual’s needs. Registration forms and information on fees will be given at the initial meeting.

Enrolment in the ACCESS program may be covered by Disability Insurance if the individual is insured. Find out if your son/daughter is eligible for disability insurance benefits here.


Young Adult


ASK Geneva
Ecumenical Center, 1218 Grand-Saconnex (GPS address: 1 rte des Morillons)


ACCESS Program
+41 (0) 22 788 21 02

ASK is dedicated to offering a range of programmes and services driven by the needs of parents, their children, young adults, and professionals.