Helping Tweens/Teens On and Off the Spectrum

Life’s toolbox is a 501 (c)(3) tax exempt nonprofit creates life skill classes for teens, young adults, and veterans. Our goal is to assist participants in gaining or regaining productive life skills though engagement in activities while focusing on their strengths and gifts.  We explore how to gain life skills which will increase community and vocational opportunities.   We will be offering small classes and workshops with an emphasis on pre vocational skills, artisan activities, productive social skills, and coping mechanisms taught by professionals (occupational therapist).   Occupational therapy interns from a local colleges and universities will also be part of the life skills team.

We customize workshops by designing the length of the program and the focused life skill with the groups we are serving.  

We go to private schools and clubs to provide classes for the students at those locations.  While the classes are listed on the calendar to illustrate our openness to travel and provide classes, they are not available to the general public.  

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605, 2019

04/27/19 TASK

May 6th, 2019|Comments Off on 04/27/19 TASK

04/27/19 TASK Last weekend, Life’s Toolbox had a great day full of fun at Tewinkle Park in Costa Mesa. There, Life’s Toolbox had the opportunity to set up a booth TASK, which is a family fun day and resource fair for individuals with disabilities, as well as their families. During

605, 2019

04/29-05/03 Golden View

May 6th, 2019|Comments Off on 04/29-05/03 Golden View

04/29-05/03 Golden View  This week at Golden View big changes were completed at the garden! The planters will be labeled so that students, family, and faculty can navigate easily through the garden. In planter 3 we covered the weeds with plastic and resurfaced it with our new mulch (which has

2704, 2019

04/22-04/26 Golden View

April 27th, 2019|Comments Off on 04/22-04/26 Golden View

This week at Golden View, mentors continued to focus our theme on life skills in the garden. The particular life skill we focused on this week was responsibility. Classes completed a number of activities including garden crafts, soil sifting, pulling weeds, and mulching. The students have been working so hard

1504, 2019

TASK’s 2nd Annual FREE Family Fun Day and Resource Fair

April 15th, 2019|Comments Off on TASK’s 2nd Annual FREE Family Fun Day and Resource Fair

Dear Family Day Exhibitors and Sponsors: Thank you for supporting and participating in TASK's 2nd Annual FREE Family Fun Day and Resource Fair, which takes place on Sat., April 27th, from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. at TeWinkle Park in Costa Mesa.  As you know, this day is geared towards

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Come visit us for the family crafting day at the Barber City Women’s Club

Space is limited to 20 people, this is a free event but you must sign up for it and have a ticket.

December 10th from 1-3 pm we will be providing card making and quilling activities.

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