Community Living Skills

Community Living Skills Workshop

Community Living Skills Workshop

Is a series of classes designed for people with disabilities to help them build skills, share ideas, and explore opportunities they can use in their everyday lives. This workshop may let you learn and practice skills to live more independently, meet other people with similar experiences, think about choices, experience peer support, etc.

Independent Living classes are always the 3rd Tuesday of the month. We take a ½ hour for lunch from 12 – 12:30 pm. You are responsible for your lunch. There is a cafeteria on our campus.

As part of your independence we encourage you to arrange for your own transportation to and from these classes (Bus, Dial-A-Ride, Light rail, etc). We have limited amount of transportation for people within our boundaries, contact your Independent Living Advocate to inquire about availability.

What will we do?

  • Facilitated discussion
  • Fun activities
  • Informative videos
  • Useful information

Who can participate?

  • Must be +18 years of age
  • Be your own guardian
  • Sign a research agreement

We would love to have you join!

If you are not enrolled in Ability360 Independent Living Services and would like more information about the Independent Living Classes contact :
Rosalie Perry
(602) 443-0707

Morning Sessions

10 am - 12 pm

Afternoon Sessions

12:30 pm - 2:30 pm

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