• Social Skills- Activities and curriculum to encourage appropriate social skills. Direct and consistent feedback focused on the areas of challenge for the students. Non-verbal communication. Reading social cues. Using the class to practice more effective ways of communicating.

  • Workplace Success Skills- Activities and curriculum around focus, task management, and professionalism.

  • Financial Management- The beginnings of learning to earn, budget, and spend wisely. Learning the benefits of smart saving and smart spending.

  • Conflict Resolution- Learning how to co-exist with those of different styles. Techniques and mind-sets to work through conflicts proactively and positively.

  • Self-Awareness- The practice of knowing your challenges and strengths and learning to share them honestly with others. Learning the appropriate time and style to share your disability with others.

Class Components

Class Information

  • Beginning Spring, 2017

  • 8 weeks total

  • Once per week for 2 hours

  • Mondays from 4-6 pm

  • Total of 10-15 students

  • Location: To Be Determined based on central location for families in the group

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A program serving 14-18 yr-old students using a pro-active and reality based approach to preparing teens for life and the world of employment. The Lighthouse will work together with clients diagnosed with Asperger’s Syndrome and High Functioning Autism to develop and sharpen personal skills as they prepare for transitioning to the work world, their community, and the art of interpersonal communication. Our focus is to embrace the fun, exciting, and challenging elements of life. We aim to help our students view their diagnoses as a tool and not a hindrance in life and the workplace, as well as to realize the potential of every individual to use self-awareness to maximize their success! 

The "Lighthouse" Program

Drumming Program/Workshop
One to One
Therapeutic Mentoring
Inspiring Direction