Compensatory Education(CED)

CED is a community college program designed specifically for adults with intellectual disabilities. CED classes will help students to develop, improve or master skills needed to function as independently as possible in the community and the workplace. Classes are held both on and off-campus.
Admissions requirements: Must be 17 years of age or older and must have a written diagnosis of an intellectual disability from a medical doctor, psychologist or psychiatrist.

Classes include, but are not limited to: Language, Community Living, Mathematics, Vocational Education, Consumer Education, and Social Science.

Greensboro CED classes:

You may enroll at any time during the semester. For more information, call Brenda Robinson at (336) 334-4822 ext. 53084.

On-campus: Classes held at 3505 E. Wendover Avenue in the Adult Education Center.

Days: M, T, W, Th, F
Times: 8:00a-3:00p


True Blessing Care, 2817 E. Market Street Alberta Care, 3107-A  S. Elm-Eugene Street
WesCare, 2704 N. Church Street AbleCare, 305 Westgate Drive
The Shoppe, 500 Spring Garden Street

Howell Center, 1508 Gatewood Street
Edward Douglas Center, 108 Winola Court LifeSpan, 908 McClellan Place

High Point CED Classes:

For information, call (336)454-1126 ext. 55010.

On-Campus: Classes held at 901 S. Main Street.

Days: M-Th, F
M-Th: 9a-12:30p / 1p-4:30p
M-Th: 9a-12p
F: 9a-12:30p


LifeSpan Guilford, 908 McClellan Place
Macedonia Family Resource Center, 401 Lake Avenue
M - F 9:00a - 3:30p

Last update 01/13/2014