CLASSES & GROUPS

SOURCES offers a variety of free classes and groups to allow people of all abilities to learn new life skills.

 

For SPRING 2022, all classes and groups will be hosted virtually through online video conferencing and call-in options for phone. 

 

To receive log-in/phone-in instructions, please register using the form below.

American Sign Language

SOURCES offers free American Sign Language classes for individuals, family, or professionals interested in learning. 

Disclaimer: Our ASL classes do not prepare individuals to be sign language interpreters.

 

Beginner ASL

Weekly on Mondays, 2-3 pm (Central).

Instructed by Priscilla Scanlan

         Intermediate ASL

Days and times to be determined. 

Instructed by Priscilla Scanlan

 

         Advanced ASL

Days and times to be determined. 

Instructed by Priscilla Scanlan

Brain Injury Support Group

In partnership with UAMS, this support group offers opportunities for understanding shared experiences and resources for survivors living with a brain injury, or the caregivers supporting someone who has a brain injury. 

 

Caregiver Support Group

Monthly on the first Monday, 2:30-3:30 pm (Central).

Led by NeCol Whitehead

         Survivor

Weekly on Tuesdays, 1-2 pm (Central) 

Led by NeCol Whitehead

Job Club - Employment Skills Training

This group offers support for individuals as they seek employment. The classes include information on how to complete job applications that appeal to employers, as well as interview preparation. 

Weekly on Mondays, 10 am-12:30 pm (Central).

Led by Kasi Miller

Peer Support Group - Adult

Connecting adults (18 and over) with disabilities to one another to share life experiences and support each other through similar barriers.  

Weekly on Wednesdays, 11:30 am-12:30 pm (Central).

Led by NeCole Whitehead

Peer Support Group - Youth

Connecting youth (14-17) with disabilities to one another to share life experiences, explore transitions to adulthood and support each other through encountered barriers.  

Every 1st & 3rd Thursday, 6-7 pm (Central).

Led by Kasi Miller

Self-Advocacy Skills Group

A group for individuals with disabilities to learn about speaking up for themselves and how to break barriers encountered as an individual with a disability. 

Every Wednesday, 1-2 pm (Central).

Led by NeCol Whitehead

Group & Class Registration

To register, please provide

the information below:

Why I Sign: Priscilla Scanlan
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