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Austin Class Schedule

ARCIL, Inc.

8200 Cameron Road, Suite C154
Austin, Texas 78754

Austin Independent Living Class Schedule

Classes Begin: March 1, 2019 To March 29, 2019
NO CLASSES: MARCH 18 - MARCH 22, 2019
Holiday(s):
DAY/TIME CLASS TITLE INSTRUCTOR
MONDAY
10:00 - 11.00 My Rights - My Life Megan Westmore
11:00 - 12:00 Health Matters Jakki Chambliss
1:00 - 2:00 Independent Computer Lab Jakki Chambliss
TUESDAY
10:00 - 12:00 Microwave Cooking Jakki Chambliss
10:00 - 12:00 Independent Computer Jakki Chambliss
WEDNESDAY
  NO CLASSES  
THURSDAY
10:00 - 11:00 Home & Kitchen Management Jakki Chambliss
11:00 - 12:00 Disability Awareness Jakki Chambliss
1:00 - 2:00 Peer Counseling Jakki Chambliss
FRIDAY
10:00 - 3:00 Self-Directed Social Recreation  

 

CLASS DESCRIPTIONS:

Independent Computer Lab: Work at our own pace by; learning the basic operation of the computer, building your computer skills and navigating the internet. (SPACE LIMITED)

Microwave Cooking: Learn how to; use the micro-wave, kitchen and food safety, and how to cook simple healthy foods. (SPACE LIMITED)                                                                                                                                                            

Self-Directed Social Recreation: You can develop your own social recreation activities and access computers for video games or other social recreational activities at ARCIL Inc.

My Rights-My Life: In this is a 2 week workshop, you will learn skills to cope with loss, and how to support your own healing from grief.

Health Matters: Learn how to have a healthier lifestyle with exercise, making healthy food choices. This class includes some physical activity.

Home & Kitchen Management: In this class you will learn about  safety in the home and kitchen, daily nutrition, communicating with a roommate and setting goals.

Disability Awareness: This class breaks down the myths and misconceptions of presenting abilities pf persons with disabilities and how to enhance your independence.

Peer Counseling:  If you have experienced a disability, you may be the best counselor for someone else with a disability. Learn how to support your peers through listening and sharing experiences. Learn how to face challenges of relationships and how to advocate for yourself and others. (SPACE LIMITED)

For further questions on IL classes and enrollment please contact: Jakki Chambliss, at 512-832-6349