Your students will learn the rules of the road for interacting appropriately with others as well as the 100 social skills needed in order to have graceful social interactions and establish positive relationships. You will also teach your students what skills they will need to become a good roommate. Last, but not least, show students how to get emergency help, interact with police, fire department, and medical staff.
This program illustrates classic domestic conflicts and teaches ways to solve them. It is field-tested and proven effective in teaching individuals with developmental disabilities. Home of Your Own provides students with cooperative skills needed to live with others.
This program teaches students how to interact with medical staff, pharmacists, police, and the fire department in 32 easy-to-follow scenarios.
The child who is ‘left behind’ most is the one who leaves school without transition readiness.
Dr. James Stanfield, Ed.D.