Programs for Teens & Young Adults (Ages 12-21)
We understand that getting your teen out into the community can sometimes be a challenge. That is why we have created some unique programming that will tap into teen interests. Delivered through the mediums of technology, music, or art, we target specific social skills such as:
- asking for help
- navigating new social situations
- developing confidence
- positive self-image
For more information or to see our current program offerings, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Teen Tech - Minecraft (Ages 8-15)
Everyone will love this fun and engaging social skills building program. Participants will play multiplayer Xbox Minecraft on a 100+ inch projection screen or on one of the two PCs with Minecraft. Youth who would best benefit from this program are those with verbal skills who are able to participate in a group with minimal assistance.
Participants will work on the following skills:
-Being respectful of other players in the game
-Initiating a conversation with others in the game
-Helping each other when there is an opportunity
-Self-regulation techniques for when they are frustrated
-Working with others in a group
-Social skills (quiet voice, good manners, learning each others names)
Dates: Tuesday, 6:00-7:00pm, 2/4, 2/11, 2/25, 3/3, 3/10, 3/17, 3/24, 3/31, 4/14, 4/21
*NEW CLASS OFFERING*
Young Men's/Women's Safety and Healthy Living Class (Ages 15-21)
We will be offering this program for individuals with disabilities in the effort to help keep them safe and living a fulfilled life. It is well documented that individuals with intellectual disabilities continue to be of high incidence for sexual abuse. We are working to help make these individuals safer in our local community. This program is designed for individuals between the ages of 15-21. These classes will be gender specific. Each enrolled participant is able to bring one trusted adult to the class if they so wish.
6 Participants per class
Why teach medically accurate sexual health information? -Rocky Bonsal, LCSW‐R Senior Social Worker
- Research consistently shows that those with more information are less likely to be victims of abuse and have fewer unplanned pregnancies.
- Higher abuse rates among those with disabilities.
- Abstinence‐only models have proven ineffective over time.
- When true information is absent, myth and rumor take its place
The 10 Week program will include the following topics:
Private and Public
Anatomy of both men and women
Types of relationships
Communication in the modern world
Protecting Yourself and getting help
Hygiene for Men/Women Sex
Understandinding how my body is feeling
Men/Women Birth Control
STD’s for Men/Women
Role Play and Questions
Thursday 2/6, 2/13, 2/27, 3/5, 3/12, 3/19, 3/26, 4/2, 4/9, 4/23
Young Women's class - 5:00-6:00pm
Young Men's class - 6:00-7:00pm
*If you are using self direction, you must pay $25 to hold your child's place. Once you register you will be invoiced through PayPal for the remainder of the balance. You must submit the invoice to your Broker/FI. We do not submit invoices. If you have questions/concerns, please email Jamie (email@example.com).