We're always looking for learners.
You can start anytime. A learner plan will be developed and customized to meet individual goals, needs, and skill levels. Classes are kept small for greater individualized attention and each learner is encouraged to work at their own pace.
We offer a program that teaches adults with a developmental disability the literacy and life skills that would contribute to greater independence at home, work, and in the community. Our program is unique because we work on the principle that skills taught need to be practiced in a real-life context so that it becomes relevant and meaningful for real-life purposes.
The individuals eligible for classes are adults 19 years of age and older with a mild to moderate developmental disability. The adult must be physically self-sufficient and independent. They must want to learn and be able to benefit from instruction.
This is a fee for service program, $100/month
An overview of computer skills including creating documents, internet usage and email skills.
- How to use Microsoft Word through saving and creating documents, copying and pasting functions as well as inserting tables and basic formatting skills.
- How to use the internet for research, bookmarking, sending and printing webpages and understanding cyber risks.
- How to write and send emails, create contacts and identify spam