DAILY LIVING SKILLS
Children like us that are on the autism spectrum find it challenging to go to the grocery store, library and even daily housekeeping. In our DLS center we have our very own mini supermarket, laundry room, kitchen, bedroom and gym. We work the register, stock the shelves, do the laundry....
Going to the grocery store, library and even daily housekeeping chores are activities that would change the lives of the families affected by autism. Parents so often tell us about their child's difficulties in participating in basic everyday activities.
Our Daily Living Skills Center includes a mini supermarket, laundry center, kitchen, bedroom and gym. We use this room for teaching our students, training their parents, and increasing independence and community awareness. It is designed to help students master basic living skills and everyday activities by mimicking these events in a controlled setting.
We strive to help out students reach their full potential for independence, productivity and inclusion in the community. Our Daily Living Skills Center makes a positive difference in educating our children in becoming more independent and community wise.