LIFE SKILL GOALS
- Communication: Students will learn to form communication in order to access their environment. Such communication may include verbal or written communication, sign language, picture board, braille, etc.
- Social Skills teach students how to interact with peer students throughout the school day
- Reading and Writing: Students will develop fluency skills to read and write at or on their ability level. Students will understand that reading and writing provides greater access to the community and personal independence.
- Person centered planning involves all members of the IEP, including the student, who set goals in which the student can reach in order to become his or her own advocate.
- Students will learn to express and obtain their wants or needs.
- Students will learn self care skills.
- Students can learn to access Technology
- Students will be introduced to ways in which they can identify access within their community. Including how to visit restaurants, how to access public transportation, how to access accessibility features within technology, and how to participate in regular education classes at school.