Students are introduced to various career options. They explore their interests, strengths, and preferences to identify potential career paths.
This section focuses on developing essential skills for employment, including time management, teamwork, problem-solving, communication, and workplace behavior.
Some vocational programs may assist students in finding internships, part-time jobs, or other work experiences to gain practical skills and real-world work exposure.
Students are taught practical daily living skills, such as personal hygiene, cooking, cleaning, and managing household tasks.
Learning about budgeting, money management, and financial independence is an important part of the curriculum.
Effective communication, both verbal and non-verbal, is emphasized to help students interact with colleagues, supervisors, and customers.
Encouraging students to participate in community activities and become active members of their local communities fosters social integration and personal growth.
Basic math concepts are covered, including numerical operations, money management, and time-related skills.
Building language proficiency, including reading, writing, and effective verbal communication, is essential for successful employment.
SOCIAL EMOTIONAL SKILLS
Developing emotional intelligence, understanding appropriate behavior in different settings, and learning self-regulation and conflict resolution are important components.
TECHNOLOGY AND ASSISTIVE TOOLS
Teaching students basic computer skills and introducing them to assistive devices and software that support their communication, mobility, and learning.
Creating transition plans that guide students’ post-school career and educational choices.
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