Safe Life Classes
Safe Life Classes
Personal Safety, Abuse Prevention, Reporting, Skills for Safe & Healthy Relationships & Overall Well-Being
Safe Life Classes Are Ongoing
Sacramento, California & Surrounding Areas
Most classes include 1 session per week for 12 weeks
Most classes include 90 minutes of classroom instruction session & skill practice &
30 minutes for class evaluations, student data evaluations, support person communication & individualized planning for next class
All classes are limited to 12 participants.
Some classes are limited to 6 participants.
Safe Life Classes empower individuals with disabilities (developmental and other, including autism) with skills to make positive choices and decisions.
The objectives for clients are:
To learn why self-determination, abuse awareness, personal safety, reporting skills, appropriate relationships, and civic responsibilities are needed.
To receive information, tools/strategies that can be used to address physical well-being, emotional well-being, social well-being and civic well-being.
To practice and apply learned safety, abuse prevention and decision-making skills in daily living environments with regard to physical well-being, emotional well-being, social well-being and civic well-being.
Twelve Lesson Topics At Each Skill Level Area
Lesson topics are the same at each level but concepts are presented at age-appropriate level for age appropriate skills development.
Respecting Yourself And Others
Emergency Preparedness And Safe Response Skill
Be Aware of Abuse
Communication For Safety
The Human Body
Information About Abuse
Critical Thinking For Good Choices and Decisions / Technology and Good Decisions
Rules and Laws / Consequences
6 Age/Skill Areas
Level 1 (usually ages 3-6)
Level 2 (usually ages 6-9)
Level 3 (usually ages 9-12)
Level 4 (usually 12-15)
Level 5 (usually 15-18)
Level 6 (usually ages 18+)
- Opportunity to apply and practice skills
- Slide shows with age appropriate video clip examples to engage students
Real life age-appropriate examples to engage students
Music as a learning tool – themed lesson topic music at age appropriate levels
Tools for problem solving, reporting problems, making safe and appropriate social plans
We're here to help you – just ask
Contact us for help in establishing a Safe Life Project in your area. We are developing replicable policy, procedure, and tools to make this happen and we will get there. So let us know you are interested and we will help you as soon as we are able.
The mission of the Safe Life Project is to establish programs that offer individualized skill development classes, real opportunities to apply learned skills, and resources to individuals with disabilities, including autism, their families, support persons, and educators throughout California, the USA, and ultimately across the globe.