Skills for Life meets three times a month. Members are adults diagnosed with ASD. Skills for life uses the clinically proven method of using neurotypical peers as role models for teaching social skills. Led by three professional educators, Tracey Koehler, Allison Odom, & Mary Kimbrough, the group provides social skill prompting in a variety of settings, such as, bowling, eating out and playing games.
Skills for Life is a member only group.