The COVID-19 pandemic has impacted all of our lives in ways that we will probably be discovering for years to come. The last year has challenged our mental, emotional, and physical well-being. It’s been hard to process and digest the influx of news and the drastic changes to our daily routines. Most importantly, our students—especially our special education students—have had to navigate the new normal that we’ve all lived in for the past twelve months and many of them are struggling.
As schools begin to open up and teachers get vaccinated, ensuring that your students know how to develop and build their social skills will be critically important to their overall growth. Whether your school has opened, will be opening, or plans on reopening this fall, our Healthy Relationships Curriculum enables educators to teach critical life and social skills.
It is specifically designed to support students with varying needs. Whether your students are on the autism spectrum, have a cognitive impairment, a learning disability, or a unique need, our program is specifically designed to teach them critical life and social skills in a way that they can easily understand.
Our Healthy Relationships Curriculum is a highly adaptable program that meets students exactly where they are. It features lesson plans that focus on topics your students will be interested in like how to properly wash hands, maintain appropriate social distancing, sexuality, and dating, what physical boundaries mean, and how to navigate cyberbullying. When you purchase our program, you receive over 100 educational videos, role-playing and demonstrations, 39 ready-to-use lessons, outcome measurement tools, and an online portal that connects you directly to our team to answer questions that might arise.
Without developed social skills, students can face lifelong struggles when it comes to forming personal relationships. Not having these well-rounded skills impacts a student’s ability to interact and effectively function in an academic setting and in society. If you have questions about our program, please do not hesitate to reach out to me. I would welcome the opportunity to speak with you!
All my best,
Jen Falkowski, M.Ed.