Living Skills Classes for Adults with Developmental Disabilities: 2022
Wednesday Walks with Courageous Community Services: This is a fun way to achieve your fitness goals by getting out to move and socialize with friends. Everyone is welcome to come and enjoy this non-competitive fitness initiative. The purpose is to provide people of all ages and abilities the opportunity to exercise, meet others, and enjoy scenic locations throughout Northwest Ohio. This social walking club will visit a new Metro-parks Toledo each week. Sign up for all 6 sessions and get a free t-shirt!
Cost: No charge
Dates: Wednesday evenings (April 6- May 11)
Sessions: 6 (In-Person)
April 6 Side Cut meeting at Silver Lake parking lot and hiking the Blue Trail (.6 miles)
April 13 Wildwood meeting at the Visitor Center and hiking the Brown Trail. (1.65 miles)
April 20 Swan Creek meeting at the Airport Highway entrance and hiking the Brown trail (1.6 miles)
April 27 at Middlegrounds meeting at the Rotary Pavilion and hiking the trail (only trail) (1.1 miles)
May 4 Pearson Park meeting in Lot 1. (1 mile)
May 11 at Oak Openings meeting at Mallard Lake and hiking the light Blue Trail (.6 miles)
Healthy Relationships: Maintaining healthy, caring, and mutually respectful relationships go beyond dating and apply to friendships as well! Join us to learn about creating healthy boundaries, online safety, sexual health, and privacy in a safe environment with open discussions.
Dates: June 28th and June 30th (10:00 am – 11:00 pm)
Cooking & Nutrition: It’s common for adults with disabilities, especially intellectual disabilities, to maintain a fairly unhealthy diet.
A healthy diet has many obvious, and several not-so-obvious, benefits. From a physical perspective, eating healthy foods creates more energy, helps maintain a healthy weight, and prevents the increased risk of illness or disease later in life.
Join us in this hands-on classroom environment with a cooking demonstration from Terra Channel of @MypersonalAIP.com. We will learn about healthy food choices.
Dates: August 23rd and August 25th (11:00 am – 12:00 pm)
During the day, each adult is provided with important life and coping skills combined with a fun, learning adventure. Designed to encourage growth, community, and independent living.