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We want our students, parents, guardians, and stakeholders to notice real improvements. L.A.D.A is the 1st Day Program to develop a fully inclusive curriculum for each class we teach.
By building on our past successes and establishing strategic priorities, we will have the foundation to become stronger and more efficient than ever.
L.I.F.E. Adult Day Academy (L.A.D.A.) opened June 1, 2010. L.A.D.A. is unique in its emphasis on academic, social, and creative skill development without relying on large group simulated work activities. L.A.D.A. utilizes a multi-modality approach, incorporating the creative arts as a means to improve socialization, communication, visual processing, hand-eye and large and small motor coordination, academic and life skills. Our academic and life skills are taught in a safe and respectful environment.
We have extensive core curriculum and emphasis on the creative arts. L.A.D.A. is a Medicaid waiver provider and we also accept private pay. We have an accessible building and grounds with a low student/instructor ratio of 4:1. We accept full time and part time students and we have very flexible scheduling.
Feel free to come on out and tour our facility anytime during business hours (9-4). Come join the fun!
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Offering basic academic instruction which including math, reading, writing, and grammar skills matched to the abilities of each individual.
Arts & Projects:
Offering instruction in drawing, painting, sculpture, object construction, and collage. This class explores sewing, crocheting, knitting, object construction, jewelry making, etc. Projects are hands on and very productive.
Offering basic cooking skills. This class explores following a recipe, measuring ingredients, preparing nutritious meals with dietary considerations and proper nutrition.
Offering the basics in gardening. This class explores learning how to grow and cultivate fruits, vegetables, and flowers. Students will explore different types of soils, plants, flowers, trees, etc.
Health & Safety:
Offering the basics in personal safety. This class explores anatomy, first aid, cleanliness, the natural environment, and basic etiquette and communication skills. This class also explores fire and tornado safety, personal safety, home safety, survival techniques, public safety, etc.
Offering the basics in everyday living skills. This class explores personal safety, community safety, as well as the importance of teamwork, the dynamics of healthy relationships and communications, and etiquette.
Geography (Social Studies):
Within the school program, social studies explores the world drawing upon such disciplines as anthropology, archaeology, economics, geography, history, law, philosophy, political science, and sociology, as well as appropriate content from the humanities, mathematics, and natural sciences. The primary purpose of social studies is to help young people develop the ability to make informed and reasoned decisions for the public good as citizens of a culturally diverse, democratic society in an interdependent world
Offering basics in physical activities. This class explores sportsmanship, game-playing, hobby development, and stresses the importance of participation and good physical health. This class also stimulates the 5 senses of sight, sound, touch, smell, and taste. It also involves students in game playing, story telling, and book reading.
This class explores simple mobile phone skills, computer skills, keyboarding skills, and safe internet use. This class will also work on our bi-weekly newsletter and our student yearbook planning.