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Learning Independent Future Environments

Learning Independent Future Environments (L.I.F.E.) is a program in Tomah, Wisconsin, designed to provide high school students with disabilities with real-life independent living and vocational training opportunities in an apartment setting. The goal of this program is to facilitate the students’ eventual transition from high school to life after school. The program is a cooperative effort between Goodwill and the Tomah Area School District that provides

Students in the program develop:

  • Independent daily living skills
  • Job readiness​
  • Community awareness, participation and transportation​
  • Social skills​
  • Problem solving​
  • Volunteerism​
  • Environmental awareness​
  • Homework assistance​
  • Financial literacy​