Transitioning from High School to the World of College and Work

Every parent’s greatest concern is what will happen to his/her child when they are gone.  Education does not adequately prepare neurodiverse persons for living independently. Now is the time to plan for the future by learning the skills needed for independent living.

The Social Experience is a weekly Saturday skills-training class for students currently in high school.

The following areas are addressed:

  • Self-Determination, Self-Management, Self-Advocacy
  • Understanding Executive Functioning Skills and Developing Your Own Supports
  • Planning and Scheduling
  • Time Management
  • Functional Life Skills
  • Learning to Manage Your Own Homework
  • Learning to Manage Your Own Backpack and Organization System
  • Communication Skills
  • Friendship Development
  • Community Participation

Who: Students with Autism, Asperger Syndrome, ADHD and other related social cognitive differences who are in freshman, sophomore, junior and senior year in high school

When: Beginning September 15 – December 15, 2019 from 1 -3 pm (12 weeks)

Where: Our Office Classroom

Cost: $40 per class paid weekly