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Join our new activity group for students on the autism spectrum or students seeking social interactions. This group meets every other week. Enjoy a night of ice cream, frozen yogurt and games! Ice cream will not be provided by DRES.
Etiquette is more about treating others (and ourselves) with respect than it is about a list of rules. Yet, we expose our own weaknesses when we fail to use proper etiquette. This session includes nuggets of wisdom interspersed with humorous true stories. Rather than merely a long list of rules to memorize, the use of good etiquette can be a true game changer!
Gins Johnson is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker with a practice in Urbana. She has made it her life’s passion to help people manage their responses to negative life situations, negative people, and negative things.
Multiple, generous, multi-year scholarships available for UI students with spinal cord injuries with the Craig H. Neilsen Foundation. Only individuals with neurological and functional impairment due to traumatic SCI, degenerative disease primary to the spinal cord (ie transverse myelitis) or damage to the spinal cord due to tumors and surgery are eligible for support.
DRES is partnering with Beckwith and The Chez Center for Wounded Vets, and IL Voc Rehab to provide this unique opportunity for students to networking over a meal with recruiters/companies.