Youth Transition Program
Youthful Aging Program
Relearning Program for those who have had a stroke, heart attack, or other and need to relearn life skills
- Transitions people who have learning disabilities or intellectual disabilities into a more enriching life.
- Offers a safe, friendly, supportive environment in which each student’s needs can be met based on his or her abilities, personal interests and goals.
- Teaches daily skills that include self-care skills along with providing much needed social interaction.
- Helps in the development of communications skills through daily activities and interests.
- Supports and fosters proper behavior through peer interaction and modeling appropriate work and social behavior.
- Encourages students to develop relationships with co-students and teachers to foster greater independence and social interaction.
Who can benefit from this program?
- Individuals with learning disabilities.
- Individuals with intellectual disabilities.
- Adults who need to relearn life skills after a stroke, heart attack, brain injury, or other.
- Those who have autism.
- Students who are leaving high school and not yet emotionally or socially ready for work.
- Those who want to learn social skills.
- Those who want to learn anger management.
- Those who want to live more independently.
- Those who want to keep learning and growing.
- Those who want to improve themselves.