ARISE Life Skill Lessons and Staff Training

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The ARISE Independent Living Curriculum

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Independent LivingThe ARISE  life-skills programs assist young adults in making a successful transition to responsible, independent adulthood. Enable your residents with practical easy to absorb independent living skills using the highly regarded ARISE life skills curricula.

Young adults aging out of foster care, living in group homes or out-of-home placement, and homeless shelters are in need of everyday life-skills in order to live on their own. The ARISE life-skills curriculum helps these young adults with emotional development addressing problems such as poor social skills, few positive relationships, and low self-esteem. The lessons deal with many issues relevant to independent living, such as finding and keeping a job, money and time management, making healthy choices, and more.

Since 1986, ARISE has published evidence-based educational material written in plain, understandable English that is relevant to low income, at-risk young adults. ARISE offers a variety of proven life-skill lessons that will provide those aging out of foster care the foundation they need to achieve in their personal and work lives. The ARISE curriculum focuses on independent living, personal growth, employ-ability, and life skills.

The ARISE Independent Living Package is emotionally-rich, stimulating, and engaging. You now have the unique opportunity to assemble your own ARISE life-skills library at a generous reduction off the normal retail price, allowing you to add evidence-based structure to your programs.

This Special ARISE Independent Living Package
Includes the following 21 ARISE Instructor Manuals

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ARISE Work In Progress Book 1: Anger Management

ARISE Work In Progress Book 2: Substance Abuse and Guns

ARISE Work In Progress Book 4: Violence and Conflict

ARISE So You’re Thinking of Dropping Out of School

ARISE Four Wheel Drive for the Mind Book 1: Self-Esteem

ARISE Four Wheel Drive for the Mind Book 2: Learning Strategies and Time Management

ARISE Four Wheel Drive for the Mind Book 3: Networking, Jobs, and Money

ARISE Basic Health 101 Book 1: Health and Hygiene

ARISE Basic Health 101 Book 2: Nutrition and Exercise

ARISE Brain Food Book 1: Peaceful Living

ARISE Brain Food Book 2: Creating a Positive Outlook

ARISE Brain Food Book 3: Supercharging Your System

ARISE Brain Food Book 4: Being Safe

ARISE Brain Food Book 5: More Secrets of Success

ARISE Brain Food Book 6: The Right Stuff and Money Matters

ARISE Taneka’s Tales, 31 Stories of Urban Life

ARISE Sprouts Book 2: Physical and Emotional Development

ARISE Sprouts Book 3: Building a Family and Teen Pregnancy

ARISE Sprouts Book 4: Child Safety

ARISE Fatherhood: Dad’s Basic Training

ARISE Rules of the Road

Receive the book below absolutely free when you order this remarkably effective life skills library:
ARISE Brain Food: Official Teaching Activity Guide

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$ 490.00

 

ARISE has cracked the code on getting through to youth who, if they can read, hate it. In addition to its unique curricula, their 200 plus positivity cards are mini life skills lessons. Same can be said of the ARISE motivational posters which have also been proven compelling at holding the attention of troubled youth.

Motivational Posters
Every card is a mini-life lesson. See them once remember them forever. Perfect for stimulating group and classroom activities.
Positivity Cards
Irresistible, emotionally rich images. Engages those who hate to read. Re-boot lives that have turned off learning anything worthwhile.

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