Additional Courses for Adults with Disabilities
In addition to our DSPS Certificate Programs, we also offer individual DSPS courses to enhance your language skills. Certificates are not offered for these individual courses.
Functional living skills designed for adults with intellectual or developmental differences as they relate to living at home, exploring the community, and working on the job. In this class, you will: explore health and wellness topics including nutrition, stress, hygiene, and self-esteem; how to stay safe in your home, the community, and during emergencies; and social interaction topics including peer pressure and harassment, making friends, conflict resolution, and communication skills.Watch Our Video For More Information
Functional reading and math skills designed for adults with intellectual or developmental differences as they relate to living at home, exploring the community, and working on the job. In this class, you will: explore reading topics including background knowledge, fact vs. opinion, and inference; analyze persuasive and functional texts; evaluate topics of media literacy and internet safety; examine budgeting and banking issues, money management, and shopping; use measurement; utilize calendars; and explore time management.Watch Our Video For More Information
Music appreciation for physically disabled adults residing in a residential care facility. Emphasis on singing, rhythm, timing, and listening.Watch Our Video For More Information
Steps to Get Started
Use the guide below to take any of the additional courses for adults with disabilities. For more detailed instructions, go to How to Take Noncredit Classes.
- Check course availability in Schedule of Classes
To find courses in the class schedule, look for the subject “Disabled Stud Prog & Serv NC”.