Newtown Youth and Family Services

Life Skills

The Life Skills Program is for young adults with social difficulties or Autism Spectrum Disorders to increases knowledge and the skills necessary for everyday living.

Life Skills is made possible by
Fairfield County's Community
Foundation grant program which
allows young adults to have
training/credentials leading to
career opportunities.

Focus Areas:
  • Career Planning
  • Personal Finance
  • Nutrition, Food Safety, Food Preparation & Cooking
  • Household Care, Cleaning & Maintenance
  • And More!

The focus this session will be on career planning and involve career research, interview skills, resume writing, professional work behavior and post-secondary education & professional development opportunities. 




Life Skills

Life Skills
Operates on a monthly schedule.

Life Skills: For Adults 18 - 35 years old, meets on bi-weekly Mondays from 5:30 - 7:00 PM.

Next meeting February 26th! Come check it out.


December 11th
January 8th
January 22nd
February 5th
February 26th

Cost: $35

All prospective participants MUST meet with Adam Horvath, Autism Recreation & Sibshops Coordinator prior to joining the program. Please email or call (203) 270 - 4335.