The Central Alberta Brain Injury Society and the Alberta Prairies Life Enrichment Training Studio are offering their 12-week program in 2022.
The Life Enrichment Skills for Living Program, which is set to start on Sept. 26, was created specifically for individuals who may require support, encouragement, life skills building and employment readiness skills and information before moving towards their goals – further learning, post-secondary education, employment and community programs.
In a release, the two organizations are “dedicated to help make positive changes that will allow our most vulnerable population and all of our citizens of Central Alberta to live more enriched, healthy, fulfilling lives.”
The program was made possible with grant funding by the Lifelong Learning Council of Red Deer and is free of charge for participants, after a $50 registration fee, with some exemptions available depending on financial need.
For more information on the program, contact Tracy Lardner, Executive Director of Alberta Prairies Life Enrichment Training Studio at 403-872-1840 or by email firstname.lastname@example.org.