Develop the Basic Skills Necessary for Independence

Often times young adults require assessment and coaching in order to develop and hone the necessary life skills necessary for long-term independence and success. At The Crossroads uses the Casey Life Skills model as a guide to develop individualized life skills training programs for our clients. Working through the life skills component of our program in turn helps the young adults to gain confidence and traction in working towards their life goals. Once a young adult develops a healthy set of life skills, independence is that much more attainable.

Life Skills

Based off of information from the Casey Life Skills assessment and clinical observation, young adults are evaluated on their proficiency with the following life skills listed below. Therapists work with colleagues to establish specific life skills with goals and objectives that become part of each student’s master treatment plan and are a focus of work between student’s and colleagues throughout the week.

Areas of Casey Life Skills Focus:

  • Financial Management
  • Goal Setting
  • Employment
  • Home Management
  • First Aid/CPR
  • Resume Building
  • Money Management
  • Relationships
  • Cleaning
  • Time Management
  • Self Care-Hygiene
  • Transportation
  • Healthy Communication
  • Education
  • Food Management
  • Automotive Maintenance
  • Meal Planning
  • Housing
  • Recreation-Fitness
  • Laundry
  • Self Care
  • Self Care-Health
  • Time Management

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