At Able to Serve, learning goes beyond academics. We believe in a holistic approach to education. What our participants learn in the classroom shapes who they are emotionally, socially, physically, and spiritually.
Program Focus Areas
Academic. Participants complete leveled activities in reading, writing, math, social studies, and science
Social. Interaction between participants in a group setting provides opportunities for them to develop skills in areas like building friendships, resolving conflicts, and maintaining social boundaries
Life Skills. Throughout the day, particpants have opportunities to develop basic life skills to help them become more independent. They practice activities in areas like personal hygiene, household management, and health and wellness.
Spiritual. Participants begin each day with a devotion led by a staff person, a fellow participant, or a pastor from a local church. We follow a Bible-based curriculum plan that keeps participants growing in their faith.
Technology. Participants use touchscreen computers to develop basic computer skills, complete web-based activities, and engage in virtual experiences.