Nature Links for Life Long Learning - Empowering youth with intellectual..
Nature Links for Lifelong Learning is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization providing educational programs for young adults ages 18 to 30 with middle range intellectual disabilities in the greater Miami area.Nature Links programs bridge the gap, guiding youth with unique learning differences and their families through the transition from high school to adult life.
We have been visiting the Center for Subtropical Affairs for a few weeks now. We would like to share a compiled video of a few of our visits. Featured in this video- we are getting acquainted with the Center, planting seeds, transplanting vegetable plants, and mixing the substrate to put into jars where students will
What an amazing first day at @centerforsubtropicalaffairs! We toured the Center and planted moringa, pigeon peas and pride of Barbados flowers. We can’t wait to return and practice environmental stewardship through the integration of persons with developmental delays into our community. #autism#developmentaldisabilities#disabilityawarenessmiami We will be going to the Center on a weekly basis to learn about Ecology,
Nature Links is Hiring! Assistant Teacher/ Administrative Assistant The ideal candidate should have experience working with special needs students. In this position, one would assist in building our curriculum which revolves around the local environment, health, job readiness and the arts. This position also involves various administrative duties such as: Quickbooks, invoicing, emails
We are happy and grateful to say we have had the opportunity to work with some wonderfully talented and generous guest artists, so far this fall session! Kerry Keeler and guest artist Neri Garcia Farraz from Pérez Art Museum Miami were able to visit us at Shake A Leg Miami through their community outreach program Art-2-Go . They
Nature Links for Lifelong Learning has moved our operations to Shake A Leg Miami this year, 2018. We have been welcomed by staff and administration which has made the transition to our new home easy and pleasant. We have had two sessions of the “Climate Change Awareness Program” since starting at
We had a great last day of our Spring session at Shake A Leg. We took a trip out to Eco Island and had our class party there. We learned about the history of the channels and the spoil islands in Biscayne Bay.