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 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.
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We are so proud of our former students who have taken what they learned from our program out into the world. Through a unique partnership with Frost Science Museum, Nature Links has been able to place two of our students into volunteer/job positions. We are continuing our Partnership with Frost and will continue to work
Enrollment To sign up, apply online or contact us. The enrollment process involves a brief phone screening and a program visit or interview with program staff. Applicants must be at least 18 years of age.
This summer, we worked on fun hands-on activities around the life/job skills topics of advocacy– sticking up for ourselves and others, feeling what others are feeling, and aiming to build relationships of trust with people. We even had guest speaker Denise Prehay, who identifies as a person who advocates for people who are oppressed, visit