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Adult Education Office 
310 3rd Street, Suite C 
Eureka, CA 95501

Phone: 707-476-4520

Email: adulted@redwoods.edu

Living Skills for Adults with Disabilities

Adult Education offers living skills classes for adults with disabilities. Through the various classes students will have the opportunity to interact with their peers and develop social skills, as well as have opportunities to explore services available to them in the community.

Each semester, select classes are offered. 

 

 

Class Descriptions

  • GUID-206 Basic Computer Skills for Students with Disabilities
    A course designed for students with developmental or learning disabilities. Students will learn skills necessary for computer use. 
  • GUID-207 Life Management and Career Preparation for Students with Disabilities
    A course geared for students with developmental or learning disabilities. Students will learn to promote independence by learning everyday-living skills in such areas as nutrition, personal development, mental health, safety, and career preparation. 
  • GUID-208 Functional Money Skills for Students with Disabilities
    A course designed for students with developmental or learning disabilities. Students learn skills necessary for performing accurate money exchanges, including counting money and solving real-life shopping problems involving money. 
  • GUID-209 Social Opportunities for Students with Disabilities
    A course designed to help students with disabilities learn how to create social lives for themselves. Students learn how to meet people, engage in discussion, make friends, identify low-cost activities, participate in age-appropriate games with guests, practice social manners, as well as plan and carry out a social event. 
  • GUID-210 Survival Vocabulary and Basic Literacy for Students with Disabilities
    A course designed for adults with disabilities to learn survival vocabulary, reading, and writing skills. 
  • GUID-211 Community Resources for Students with Disabilities
    A class for students with developmental or learning disabilities. Students will learn skills necessary to independently take part in typical community activities by traveling to various area locations. Lessons learned in the classroom will be practiced in the community.