Sedona Lago Gardens

Summer Webinar Series.

“We are excited to offer a fun, educational, and interactive webinar series,” shares Life Coach Erin Boisrond. The webinar series will be held on June 16, June 30, and July 7 from 11:00 a.m. – noon MDT. For more information and to register, call (928) 325-8400 or use our online form.

Relationships on the Spectrum

Friday, June 16, 11:00 a.m.

Neurodiverse young adults strongly desire to make friends and have romantic relationships. A recent study of young adults with Autism showed that 73% indicated an interest in romantic relationships but felt they might need to gain the skills needed to form and maintain a relationship.

Our webinar will focus on some of the social skill and executive functioning skill deficits that make friendships and romantic relationships a challenging road for neurodiverse young people to navigate on their own. We will discuss skill-building techniques and the best methods to support skill growth.

Webinar participants are encouraged to come with questions, as the Q&A session will be a large part of the discussion.

Independent Living Life Skills

Friday, June 30, 11:00 a.m.

Most young adults move out of the home of their primary guardian/caregiver in their late teens or early twenties. They report feeling a readiness to experience independence and community living. Young adults with neurodiversity are no different; they also desire independent living.

However, the skills needed to launch their independence successfully still need fine-tuning. These executive functioning skills – primarily organization, task initiation, flexibility, and planning/prioritizing are necessary to live independently, manage money, and problem-solve daily.

This webinar focuses heavily on executive functioning skill development as well as methods and programs that can support young adults.

There will be a Q&A session at the end of this webinar. Young adults and their families are encouraged to come prepared to be active participants in the conversation.

Launching Careers

Friday, July 7, 11:00 a.m.

Neurodiverse adults experience high levels of unemployment and report significant difficulty finding jobs – even for those with a college degree. Additional research shows that neurodiverse adults who disclose their disability to their employer are three times more likely to gain and maintain employment.

This webinar looks at understanding neurodiversity and focuses on empowerment and growing your confidence. Understanding your executive functioning capabilities is a great starting point in gaining confidence and using other strengths to succeed in the workplace.

We will also share a list of resources to help determine learning styles and skill strengths.

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