Our Young Leaders Class is a respite program coupled with a unique curriculum that will introduce students to important topics such as work ethic, attitude, communication skills, time management, problem-solving, acting as a team player, self confidence, ability to accept and learn from criticism, flexibility/adaptability and working well under pressure, personal hygiene, nutrition, and how your body talks. Each class will include a recreational activity as well! The teacher for this class is Mary West, state-certified teacher degree in Special Education. Mary will use a variety of instructional techniques including video modeling, role-playing, visuals, and hands on learning to drive the content home. In addition, we will have several expert guest presenters.
WHO: Transition-aged students with any developmental disability that want to work in a community-based setting, or individuals that were previously employed with any developmental disability that want to re-enter community-based employment.
WHEN: Second and Fourth Thursdays of the month (March 2016 - March 2017) from 6pm - 8pm
WHERE: DSAW, 11709 W Cleveland Ave, Suite 2, West Allis, WI 53227.
Please contact Mary (firstname.lastname@example.org) if interested in learning about transportation options.
COST: $12.50 per hour ($25 per class). Please contact Mary (email@example.com) to discuss payment options, including cash, check, credit, IRIS, Family Care, and DSAW Grant.
We welcome self-advocates to join our class at any time.