Prescription Education Week is a great time to teach teens with special needs how to renew a prescription. Renewing a prescription is a vital adult living skill and can be especially important to young adults with special needs. Free Lesson on Renewing Prescriptions “Renewing a Prescription” from Daily Living Skills’ workbook Using the Telephone offers important step-by-step information on how to use the telephone to renew maintenance prescriptions using today’s automated sys
Helping teens stay safe while driving is an important adult living skill. Road rage can be a deadly problem for young people and learning how to cool it can be a life-saving adult living skill for teens, and especially teens with special needs. Road Rage is Common According to MOTOsafety, 40% of teens experience anger while on the road.* The article link below offers good advice on steps teens can take to avoid the stress of road rage and help teens remain calm while driving.
October’s National Financial Planning Month is a great time to help teens learn the fundamentals of budget planning. Creating, and living within, a budget is an essential adult living skill that will allow young adults, especially those with special needs, to be successful in life. Try a Free Lesson “Creating a Budget” from Daily Living Skills’ workbook Paying Bills is a good way to set out the fundamentals of creating a budget. This free lesson offers the basics in budgeting
A new supreme court justice can change the direction in which our country moves for a very long time. Help students understand what’s at stake in a supreme court justice nomination by teaching this free lesson on “The Judiciary Branch.” What’s at stake? Without understanding how government works or the job of the supreme court, students cannot understand what all the fuss about Kavanaugh is about or how it affects them. Helping students learn about the supreme court judges, t