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Enrichment Opportunities For Students With Developmental Disabilities

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This 10-week noncredit course offers students with developmental disabilities the opportunity to continue their learning experiences. Receive instruction in the areas of self-advocacy, daily living skills and social skills training. Elective subjects are added for academic enrichment. Students must be over 18 years old to participate. Sessions start in October and March. Call 732-224-2049.


Enrichment Opportunities For Students With Developmental Disabilities

Diana Lee Noble, M.S., Karen Halloran, M.A.T.

(For students who are completing their high school years or have already accepted their diplomas – ages 18 and up)

This program provides continued academic enrichment with a focus on life skills in a college campus setting. Students will gain new knowledge, skills, and confidence for becoming better recognized, contributing members of our communities.

Tues & Thurs, Mar 3-May 14, 4:30-6:15 pm
Fee and Code: $499, XEDDD 002


Fundamentals Of Horticulture For Students With Developmental Disabilities

Molly Geary, certified horticulturist

Learn about gardening for a hobby or to develop skills for employment in the green industry. A hands-on program at the Brookdale greenhouse teaching how to grow and care for plants. Activities include floral design, planting seeds, growing new plants from cuttings and more. 8 SESSIONS

Thurs, Apr 2-Jun 4 (class does not meet on Apr 16 and May 7), 10 am-noon
Fee and Code: $399, XEDDD 009

 


 

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