Weekend Enrichment: Supplemental Life 1:1 learning
Caregivers Can Rest
While Loved Ones Learn
Registration for Winter 2020
I have been so pleased and impressed with the insight, understanding and methodology that Suzy utilizes in working with my young adult participant. She has listened to my input on the issues and needs and has a great way of developing rapport that is making each session productive and very helpful, encouraging participation and feedback. Suzy's years of experience and expert knowledge are reflected in the way she works and this opportunity has been a blessing. I'm so excited to see that skills that have been difficult to gain are being achieved, one step at a time.
Weekend Enrichment Supplemental Life program will come to you!
Your loved one can learn enriching life, independence and pre-vocational skills, 1:1 with a special educator.
One session 9-classes $325
Class will take place outdoors, at a park, a large indoor space, garage or neighborhood spot.
Our staff is prepared to work on skills related to, but not limited to:
Pre-Vocational: Office Management (filing, sorting, prioritizing)
Pre-Vocational: Landscaping & Nature appreciation
Pre-Vocational: Folding, Laundry (towels), Sorting
Pre-Vocational: Restaurant Skills, Place settings, Manners
Life Skills: Money & Financial planning
Life Skills: Dishes, Folding Clothes, Sweeping etc.
Soft Skills: Interviewing & Resume building
Soft Skills: Self Control, Compromise, Negotiations
Soft Skills: Problem Solving
Soft Skills: Identifying nonverbal cues
The schedule will be according to agreed upon dates and time.
Rules for attending in person 1:1 classes:
-Everyone must wear a mask. If you cannot wear a mask, this will be a skill focused on during the sessions. Suzy is prepared and eager to work on this life saving skill with any young adult that is struggling.
-Anyone who has had COVID symptoms must quarantine, contact us after two weeks and produce a COVID negative test result to attend class.
-Anyone who has been in contact with a COVID Positive person in the last two weeks, needs a COVID negative test result to attend class.
-Anyone who has been in large crowds (parties, protests, 15+ people family gatherings) must provide a COVID negative test result to attend class.
-The student's temperature will be taken before class starts.
-Temperature 100+ will mandate rescheduling the class.
Symptoms of concern:
The vast majority of people recover from this infection. Most people will have mild or moderate symptoms. Older people and those with pre-existing medical conditions have a greater risk for more serious illness.
Respite Hours and DDA funding can be used for this program! Email me to find out how!