Alex, from walking in the shoes

Walking in the Shoes of a student in our Life Skills Program

I’d like to share my recent experience of “Walking in the Shoes” with a student in our Life Skills program. This program serves our students who have moderate to severe developmental disabilities and benefit from instruction focused on developing their transitional and job readiness. Depending on students’ specific needs, their learning plan might be focused on anything from practicing the most basic skills of self-care to building social skills and/or participating in arts and academic classes.