WORKS: Supplemental LIFE
Respite Hours and DDA funding can be used for this program! Email me to find out how!
WORKS: 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 $350
Class will take place outdoors, at a park, a large indoor space, garage or neighborhood spot.
May - June are in-person 1:1 classes at St. Patrick's Church in Rockville. Norbeck Road.
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.
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 a great way of developing rapport that is making each session productive... I'm so excited to see that skills that have been difficult to gain are being achieved, one step at a 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.