Daily Living Skills


    The daily living skills program provides the essential skills necessary for student transition from school to life in the "real world." The program focuses on a broad range of skills such as social skills, functional academics, cooking, and personal care. Students are also prepared for future entrance into the CLC prevocational program, with a targeted focus on basic work competencies. As part of the daily life skills program, classes are scheduled to work in the Marilyn’s Life Skills house. In the house, students increase their knowledge of kitchen safety, following directions to prepare meals and proper nutrition. They also work on making a bed and sorting and folding laundry. Students are engaged, both in the classroom and at our Marilyn’s Life Skills House, where students learn "by doing".