The Life Skills Program is a seven course program that gives children in foster care the opportunity to learn fundamental life skills and advance their personal and professional development.
A special sneak peek to our Life Skills Program!
Children will learn about basic grammar, the fundamentals of writing a letter, and how to compose a resume.
Children will learn about cleaning supplies, how to maintain their supplies, and keep their living space clean.
Children will learn how to practice self-care and maintain good health through cleanliness
Children will learn about the fundamentals of cooking, baking and kitchen equipment/safety.
Children will learn about the benefits and drawbacks of social media usage, as well as socialization skills in the personal and professional workplace.
Children will learn about basic financial literary such as the difference between credit and debit as well as the importance of budgeting.
Children will learn how to sort their laundry by fabric and color, while also learning how to remove tricky stains.
Children will learn the importance of healthy eating while also engaging in beginners yoga exercises.
Children will learn how to build self-esteem through fun games and conversations.
Children will learn time management techniques that prepare them to find success at both school and work.
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Become a member of the Lovebug Club to provide extra support in this monthly giving program. You will get specific updates and even gifts all the while supporting a great cause.
We are hosting foster youth and family support groups every 3rd Thursday of each month. These groups will be held at Trinity Episcopal Church in Red Bank.