Feel Accepted & Loved
Develop Individual talents and Skills
Learn Job Skills
Shared Experiences with Peers
Home Away From Home
Mychal’s Learning Place provides the support, training and opportunities to youth and young adults with developmental disabilities to build their independence and pursue their goals and dreams.
Mychal’s Learning Place programs have gone virtual!
To protect our Staff, Students, and Families, our services have gone virtual. Our Path to Independence – Adult Day Program and After School Programs – Hawthorne and Culver City, are meeting within their regularly scheduled program times using the Zoom platform. For more information on our programs, email us at email@example.com.
Mychal’s Printing & Embroidery is currently up and safely running! We are taking orders for regular printing projects, and have MLP and Mychal’s Bakery products ready to purchase. For more information, visit our new website at MychalsPrints.org or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Mychal’s Learning Place is committed to the belief that children and young adults with developmental disabilities are valuable contributors to our community and as such should be provided with opportunities that encourage them to reach their full potential.
Mychal’s Learning Place opened it’s doors in Hawthorne, California in July 2002 with an after-school program. Because of the huge need, we opened our second site in Culver City in April 2006. We were fortunate to have the support of the community and raised money to purchase our current facility in Hawthorne.
Bakery & Coffee
Mychal’s Bakery & Coffee provides baked goods and coffee service for local businesses, community events and private catering. All of our bakers and baristas are young adults with developmental or intellectual disabilities using this opportunity to demonstrate that they are talented and able contributors to our community.
Print & Embroidery
Mychal’s Print & Embroidery is a social enterprise in support of Mychal’s Learning Place. We believe individuals with disabilities deserve to live an independent and fulfilling life. Every day we teach, prepare, and steward our students because nobody should have their goals and opportunities limited simply because they have a disability.