Life Skills Education

Life skills may be viewed as a range of psycho-social and cognitive abilities that equip children to make informed decisions and choices, manage their emotional well-being and communicate effectively.

A common belief is that life skills are optional and secondary to achieving basic literacy and only if resources are available.

Therefore, we are that resource and go directly to one schools and teach adolescents about Self-awareness: accuratly accessing one's feelings, interest, values and strengths. Self-management: regulating one's emotions to handle stress, and controlling impulses. Social awareness: being able to take the perspective of and empathize with others. Relationship skills: establishing and maintaining healthy and rewarding relationships, resisting inappropriate social pressure, resolving conflict. Responsible decision-making: Making decisions, respect for others, applying decision-making skills to academic and social situations.

The children are required to come to class each day in clean cloths and receive healthy fruits, snacks and a nutritious lunch each day. We currently run 30 centers.

Life Skills Education

Life skills may be viewed as a range of psycho-social and cognitive abilities that equip children to make informed decisions and choices, manage their emotional well-being and communicate effectively.

A common belief is that life skills are optional and secondary to achieving basic literacy and only if resources are available.

Therefore, we are that resource and go directly to one schools and teach adolescents about Self-awareness: accuratly accessing one's feelings, interest, values and strengths. Self-management: regulating one's emotions to handle stress, and controlling impulses. Social awareness: being able to take the perspective of and empathize with others. Relationship skills: establishing and maintaining healthy and rewarding relationships, resisting inappropriate social pressure, resolving conflict. Responsible decision-making: Making decisions, respect for others, applying decision-making skills to academic and social situations.

The children are required to come to class each day in clean cloths and receive healthy fruits, snacks and a nutritious lunch each day. We currently run 30 centers.