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LCE Curriculum

Daily Living Skills – Teaches students how to manage personal finances (including using credit/debit cards, checks, etc.), household management, personal needs, family responsibilities, food preparation, citizenship responsibility and leisure activities.

Self Determination and Interpersonal Skills – Helps students develop self-awareness, self-confidence, socially responsible behavior, good interpersonal skills, independence, decision-making and good communication skills.

Employment Skills – Opens the door to employment possibilities and choices for your students in the 21st century, by teaching them appropriate work habits, how to seek and maintain employment, physical/manual skills, and specific job competencies.

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Scott Miller, Director of LCE


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The Life Centered Education (LCE) curriculum is the most comprehensive transition curriculum for young adults with learning differences. Based on research done through the Council for Exceptional Children (CEC), this web-based program provides in-depth coverage on life skills in three critical domains of adult living: daily living skills, self-determination and interpersonal skills, and employment skills.