Class Instruction / Personal Growth

RTI has the resources to offer classes to meet a variety of consumer needs. Classes include but are not limited to food preparation, low vision training, living with hearing loss, computer education, First Aid, CPR, advocacy, support groups, People First, NAMI trainings, legislative advocacy and additional subject as requested. Young adults with disabilities transitioning from high school to the adult work world can attend classes about the workplace and personal life skills. They learn to fill out forms, set up personal budget plans, shop affordably, vacation planning and other day to day experiences. These classes are currently arranged in conjunction with Ogden and Weber School Districts, and taught at our facility. However, anyone can attend. In the summer of 2007 we will offer classes in a program called “Living Well with a Disability”. The “Living Well with a Disability Program”, was developed by researchers at The University of Montana, Rural Institute on Disabilities, is a health promotion or wellness program for adults with physical disabilities. Space is limited for some classes. See our calendar of events in our newsletter or on the web at