• Independence and Community Living Skills
     
    Students develop job skills through the Working Wheels program.
    Whether it’s traveling around the community, cooking a meal, or keeping a job, our team of specialized professionals is committed to enabling each student to live as independently as possible. 
     
    We strive to ensure that students have independent living skills such as personal grooming, time management, cooking, cleaning, and dressing. We also strive to develop each student’s communication, social interaction, and recreation and leisure skills. Finally, we work to ensure that students and their families are knowledgeable of the many technological devices that make it easier to function safely at school, at home, and in the workplace. 
     
    Learning to travel around the community is taught through the orientation and mobility program.  Cooking is part of independent skills training.