You will work on your individual goals around learning to use the computer. You will have access to your own computer during the program time and will have your own binder dedicated to information relevant to your learning.
You will enhance your existing cooking skills, enabling independence in meal preparation. You will work on preparing ingredients, using correct tools and maintaining a clean and safe kitchen. A portion of this workshop will allow for discussion of nutrition and foods that could be beneficial in your diet.
You will play a variety of trivia games that allow you to have fun, as well as, strengthen your memory with the group as well as individually.
You will be working on different parts of your body while participating in stretching, building muscle, improving reflexes and cardio exercises in a group, as well as working on individual fitness goals.
You will improve your communication, memory and attention skills through word-based games and activities of various difficulty levels.
You will enhance your baking skills, as well as learn new skills in the kitchen. The focus is on making pastries and desserts. We will also discuss options for making lighter versions of snacks and dessert. You will enjoy the goodies together afterwards and take any leftovers home.
You will have the chance to practice a range of attention, memory and problem solving skills using games and puzzles such as Nine Man Morris, matchstick puzzles and the card game ‘99’.
You will have a chance to grow your own herbs, vegetables and flowers. You will choose what you'd like to plant and then watch it bloom and grow! We will also discuss tips and tricks for growing different types of plants.
You can drop into the PCLC to watch movies, work on the computer, play games, etc. Staff will also be available to assist with anything that you may need help with ie. bills, emails, booking appointments etc.
You will receive practical information that you can use - on a variety of topics, from personal hygiene to health, safety and wellness.