Full Life | Jobs, Training, and Caretaking For Disabled Americans

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Virtual DSA Program for adults with disabilities!

Join us and explore the Full Life DSA Zoomerverse! We keep a positive, supportive, and lively safe space for our clients to enjoy fostering friendships and pursuing their goals!

When we started the Full Life Zoom program in 2020, we had no idea what to expect—

Our only goal at that time was to keep our friends connected and engaged in meaningful activities through the quarantine period of the pandemic. We discovered that connecting our DSA community virtually in a very beneficial and fun way to build social skills. We host Zoom classes such as Armchair Travel, Space Explorers, Sport Center, and American Sign Language. We have produced dozens of Radical Radio Shows and FLtv YouTube videos, developing our teamwork, patience, communication, technology, and internet skills.

Join the Zoomerverse Now!

For Oregon Residents Only

It is crucial for adults with disabilities to engage with peers in a group setting to build confidence, develop social skills, and enhance their overall well-being. By participating in group activities, individuals can gain valuable experience and connections that can help them successfully transition into the workforce and achieve their career goals.

Zoomerverse Schedule: March 2024

It is crucial for adults with disabilities to engage with peers in a group setting to build confidence, develop social skills, and enhance their overall well-being.

By participating in group activities, individuals can gain valuable experience and connections that can help them successfully transition into the workforce and achieve their career goals.

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 Building Confidence: Interacting with peers in a group setting provides adults with disabilities the opportunity to practice communication, problem-solving, and teamwork skills. As they engage in discussions and activities with others, they can gain confidence in their abilities and feel more comfortable expressing themselves in a professional setting.

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Developing Social Skills: Group settings allow individuals to practice important social skills such as active listening, empathy, and conflict resolution. These skills are essential for building positive relationships with coworkers, supervisors, and clients in a work environment. By engaging with peers, adults with disabilities can learn how to navigate social interactions and communicate effectively in various situations.

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Networking Opportunities: Group settings provide adults with disabilities the chance to expand their social circle and connect with others who may have similar interests or career goals. Networking with peers can open doors to new opportunities, such as job referrals, mentorship, and professional development resources. By engaging with a diverse group of individuals, adults with disabilities can build a strong support system that can help them succeed in the workforce.

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Enhancing Emotional Well-being: Engaging with peers in a group setting can also have a positive impact on mental health and emotional well-being. Social connections and a sense of belonging are essential for overall happiness and fulfillment. By participating in group activities and building relationships with peers, adults with disabilities can combat feelings of isolation and loneliness, leading to improved self-esteem and overall well-being.