Paraquad Continuing Education

Course Catalog
St. Louis City and St. Louis County
Registration ends January 20, 2023
Call (314) 289-4251

 

First Semester –February 7 – March 30, 2023

Tuesday & Thursday 7-9pm

  • Book Club
  • Preparing for the Job
  • Computers II

Thursday 1-2:30pm

  • Cooking

Paraquad Continuing Education

Registration Instructions

1. Pick one class from above.

2. Pick your night. Tuesday or Thursday.

3. Registration ends January 20th.

Call Everlene Falconer (314) 289-4251 to sign up for class.

Cost

Classes are free to eligible adults. Private pay options may be available to those not eligible for free classes. Some workshops such as cooking and community access may have program fees.

The Continuing Education program is funded by the Productive Living Board for St. Louis County Citizens with Developmental Disabilities and the St. Louis Office for Developmental Disability Resources. The class size and availability of classes may be limited based on available funding.

How do I sign up?

Call (314) 289-4251

If we do not answer, please leave a short message with your name and phone number. Please speak clearly. If we don’t call back the next day, call again!

New Students: Call (314) 289-4251 to sign up for class. We will make an appointment to meet you and help you fill out Continuing Education paperwork. If you have a guardian, you need permission to become a student. Your guardian must sign papers before you start class.

When and where are classes?

Classes are in-person only.

Will I get the class I want?

Some classes fill up very fast. Spots are limited due to abiding by social distancing guidelines.

Free or low-cost transportation to the education site is available from most locations.

Who can take class?

You can take Continuing Education classes if:

  • You live in St. Louis City or County
  • You are 18 or older
  • You are not in high school
  • You have a diagnosed and documented developmental disability that is attributable to:
    • Intellectual Disability
    • Cerebral Palsy
    • Autism
    • Epilepsy
    • A learning disability related to brain dysfunction
  • You have a substantial functional limitation in at least two of the following life areas:
    • Self-care
    • Understanding and communicating language
    • Learning
    • Self-direction
    • Living independently or being economically self-sufficient
    • Physical mobility

Your disability must have appeared before you were 22 years old and reflect your need for individually planned and coordinated services throughout your life or for an extended period.