· A structured and predictable environment in a public location
· A functional academic curriculum combined with community-based activities
· Three separate classes that address the needs of different levels of disability
· Age appropriate community activities and experiences
Money Management: Counting money, comparing prices, paying for items, budgeting pay, writing checks, paying bills, using a debit card, maintaining a balance sheet, banking, reading statements.
Basic Skills: Telling the time, reading ads, using the internet, and reading news-papers for pertinent information.
Work Experience: Off-campus supervised work experience at various locations and in a variety of jobs including work enclaves and piece work, (assembly line skills)
Job Readiness: Writing resumes, practicing interview skills, completing job applications and time cards, projecting pay, and exploring job options.
Job Retention: Appropriate behavior, personal hygiene, and professional dress in the workplace.
Supported Employment: When appropriate, students may participate in a WorkAbility subsidized work experience.
Life Skills: Using public transportation, understanding street safety, stranger awareness, shopping for food, clothing, and other items, ordering from a menu at a restaurant, following schedules, making appointments, and exploring living options for the future,
Domestic Skills: Planning and preparing simple meals, using a dishwasher, washer, and dryer.
|Name||Phone Number||Email adress|
|Peggy Zapata, Administrator on Special Assignment||(760) email@example.com|
|Angela Castro, Special Education Teacher||(760) 290-2965 firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Timothy Evilsizer, Special Education Teacher||(760) 290-2965 email@example.com|
|Michael Redman, Special Education Teacher||(760) 290-2965 firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Wendy Castellanos, Health Aide (Spanish speaker)||(760)email@example.com|
|Gérard Sauvé, Typist Clerk I (Spanish speaker)||(760)firstname.lastname@example.org|