Weekend Enrichment & Respite program
Caregivers can rest while loved ones learn!
Jan. 28 Session includes:
Nature Work/Field Work, Art on the Farm, Art-Stream Communication, Fitness
Respite Hours and DDA funding can be used for this program! Email me to find out how! Jennlynn@ucresources.org
Individuals will spend 4 hours learning independent living skills, improving their job/employment skills, practicing improvisational speaking and exercising. All classes will be taught by trained and certified special education teachers, assisted by adults and volunteers with extensive experience in the special education field.
Bring your own lunch!
Are you the perfect candidate?
Enrichment Classes are designed for adults with special needs looking to enter the workforce. Our program will focus on improving vocational skills, with an emphasis on agriculture and healthy, independent living.
This unique enrichment program is designed for adults considered to be Level 3 community members. As a "Level 3" adult, attendees must be able to conduct themselves safely in a 1:4 setting, follow 2-3 step directions (if needed w/caregiver prompt), exhibit minimal behaviors, be able to navigate outdoor terrain and handle all personal needs.
Creative Communication: Art-Stream Improvisational speaking and job interview skills, role playing and art.
Vocational & Life Skills Indoor:
Life skills: cooking, food prep, washing dishes, setting table, folding clothes, dusting, mopping and keeping house.
Job prep: Wood working, shredding, sorting, filing and organizing documents.
Vocational & Life Skills Outdoor:
Life Skills: wood working, nature walk, clearing brush, sweeping.
Job prep: planting, weeding, tool safety, farming, mowing, shoveling, composting,
Exercise Class: Movement in nature, SPIRIT Club, or ZamDance.