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    Taxonomy Code: LH-2700.3000

    Programs that provide instruction regarding principles, practices and techniques that contribute to the prevention of illness and the preservation of health which may include bathing, hair and skin care, dental care, precautions to prevent infections and build up antimicrobial resistance, food handling procedures, hand washing protocols, environmental cleanliness and other factors that have an impact on the individual's well-being.

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    Positive Assistance to Community Transition - Center for IndependenceA weekly life skills class which assists young adults with disabilities to build or strengthen their independent living skills as they move toward becoming an adult. Classes meet Tuesdays 3:00 pm - 5:00 pm Independent Living Skills Topics include: -Budgeting Money -Communication Skills -Community Resources -Decision Making -Goal Setting -Hygiene -Personal Safety -Time Management -Stress Management -Sex Education -Advocacy Skills -Learning about how to speak up for myself and other people Learning about my rights as a person -Learning about the voting process and Learning about how the government works and the legislative process Mesa CountyCenter for Independence (Grand Junction Office)Center for Independence
    Positive Assistance to Community Transition (Glenwood Springs Office) - Center for IndependenceA weekly life skills class which assists young adults with disabilities to build or strengthen their independent living skills as they move toward becoming an adult. Independent Living Skills Topics include: -Budgeting Money -Communication Skills -Community Resources -Decision Making -Goal Setting -Hygiene -Personal Safety -Time Management -Stress Management -Sex Education -Advocacy Skills -Learning about how to speak up for myself and other people Learning about my rights as a person -Learning about the voting process and Learning about how the government works and the legislative process Classes meet Tuesdays at the Grand Junction office 3:00 pm - 5:00 pm Transportation for staff and consumers provided if needed to attend the class.Garfield CountyCenter for Independence (Glenwood Springs Office)Center for Independence
    Positive Assistance to Community Transition (Montrose Office) - Center for IndependenceA weekly life skills class which assists young adults with disabilities to build or strengthen their independent living skills as they move toward becoming an adult. Independent Living Skills Topics include: -Budgeting Money -Communication Skills -Community Resources -Decision Making -Goal Setting -Hygiene -Personal Safety -Time Management -Stress Management -Sex Education -Advocacy Skills -Learning about how to speak up for myself and other people Learning about my rights as a person -Learning about the voting process and Learning about how the government works and the legislative process Classes meet Tuesdays at the Grand Junction office 3:00 pm - 5:00 pm Transportation for staff and consumers provided if needed to attend the class. Montrose CountyCenter for Independence (Montrose Office)Center for Independence

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