Making choices, becoming good self-advocates, interacting with the community, social awareness, and of course, how to have fun in all you do, are just some of our areas of Life Skill Training.
That is a bold, but true statement. Everyone at Pathways takes real pride in their efforts towards increasing independence. While it may not be visible when someone walks in the door, each activity is designed to be fun, but functional.
A major skill we work on is using the computer. Since the average age of our participant is 28, computer skills are a necessity. It does not matter if someone starts out searching you tube videos. When someone is using their head or a modified mouse to operate the computer, the payoff is getting to the web-site you were searching for. .
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