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The Point/Arc launches new program assist with organizational and time management skills

The Point/Arc is accepting new clients for “Seeing My Time,” a nine-week executive functioning program that can help to reduce stress and gain skills around staying organized, time management, and planning.

Participants will:

  • Learn more about their own brain, the brain’s executive functions, and why some brains struggle with certain tasks 
  • Develop a visual understanding of time, which begins the process of creating long-term change
  • Go home with concrete, visual time-management tools targeted to support specific executive function challenges (e.g., missing assignments, planning for projects, turning in homework, etc.)

Who may benefit? 

  • School age students in fifth grade – high school seniors (at least one parent is required to attend for students within this group)
  • College students 
  • Adults struggling with time management issues

For more information about enrollment, dates and times, or scholarships, please contact Jennifer Wells at (859) 491-9191 ext. 122 or jwells@thepointarc.org.

 The mission of The Point/Arc is to fill in the service gaps for individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities (I/DD) educationally, residentially, socially and vocationally, allowing them to reach their highest potential.

In addition to offering advocacy, case management, educational, residential, vocational and social opportunities, The Point/Arc owns and operates four social enterprises to generate operating cash back to its programs and to train and employ individuals with I/DD.

These include Point Perk coffee shop, The Point Apparel, The Point Commercial Laundry and The Point Commercial Cleaning. In 2016, thanks to the community fund of the former St. Luke Hospital, The Point/Arc acquired the former Easter Seals Day Care Center in Northern Kentucky. In 2017, The Point/Arc renamed the Center the Bill and Betsy Scheben Care Center.

For more information or to contribute to The Point/Arc, visit www.ThePointArc.org or call 859-491-9191.

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