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What to Do & How to Do It: A Guide to Sustainable, Independent Adult Living in America
This is  a Mini-Curriculum designed to be presented in a Workshop Format
Composed of Text Books 1 & 2; Workbooks 1 & 2 and a Teacher's Guide

Book 1, like Book 2, is composed of five (5) chapters. Each chapter empowers as well as educates the reader on how to navigate each critical area of American society in an independent manner which is sustainable and expandable.

  • Chapter 1: Finance - This first chapter Introduces the reader to the most critical aspects of finance
  • Chapter 2: Housing - Defining a safe place to live, dealing with roommates, renting,  renting to own, buying a home and more
  • Chapter 3: Health - Physical, Mental, Emotional, Vision, Dental,  Social and Relationship Health; Understanding Insurance: HMO PPO, Disabilities, Medicare, Medicaid, ACA/Obama Care, Assistance, and more
  • Chapter 4: Education - Types of Education, Grants & Scholarships and how to get them, informs as well as encourages all things education
  • Chapter 5: Job & Career - What's the difference, managing professional relationships, interview techniques, resumes, military and more

This Text Book is chocked full of information and will serve as a powerful reference tools for years to come. Over 500 pages.

For Special Pricing for
Government Agencies, Non-Profits, Churches & Community Organizations

The workbook companion to the groundbreaking "What to Do & How to Do  It - Book 1: A Guide to Sustainable, Independent Adult Living in  America." This workbook is the centerpiece for stimulating exercises  that lead to the enthusiastic discussions which foster a deeper level of  comprehension and learning.

Contains exercises based on the content of Text Book 1 including:

  • Chapter 1: Finance
  • Chapter 2: Housing
  • Chapter 3: Health
  • Chapter 4: Education
  • Chapter 5: Job & Career

For Special Pricing for
Government Agencies, Non-Profits, Churches & Community Organizations

Book 2, like Book 1, is composed of five (5) chapters. Each chapter empowers as well as educates the reader on how to navigate each critical area of American society in an independent manner which is sustainable and expandable.

  • Chapter 1: Managing Relaionships - This first chapter Introduces the reader to the various types of relationships and how to navigate them
  • Chapter 2: Emergencies -How to prepare for and what to do in a fire, a flood, a tornado or hurricane, a wildfire or mudslide, lightning and more
  • Chapter 3: Life Skills - Critical thinking and etiquette, are explored along with mediation, tact & diplomacy. How to manage, maintain and design a living space and more
  • Chapter 4: Security - This important chapter can save your life or your identity. Cybersecurity as well as self-defense are among many other topics covered
  • Chapter 5: The Pursuit of Happiness - Cook world class Bar-B-Q, or throw an unforgetable party, furnish your home from very little to free and more

This Text Book is chocked full of information and will serve as a powerful reference tools for years to come. Over 500 pages.

For Special Pricing for
Government Agencies, Non-Profits, Churches & Community Organizations

The workbook companion to the groundbreaking "What to Do & How to Do  It - Book 2: A Guide to Sustainable, Independent Adult Living in  America." This workbook is the centerpiece for stimulating exercises  that lead to the enthusiastic discussions which foster a deeper level of  comprehension and learning.

Contains exercises based on the content of Text Book 1 including:

  • Chapter 1: Managing Relationships
  • Chapter 2: Emergencies
  • Chapter 3: Life Skills
  • Chapter 4: Security
  • Chapter 5: The Pursuit of Happiness

For Special Pricing for
Government Agencies, Non-Profits, Churches & Community Organizations

The Teacher's Guide is designed to support the facilitator(s) of What to Do Workshops. It is composed of three sections. The first section provides guidelines that a facilitator may optionally use in order to conduct a successful workshop.

The next two sections entitled "Workbook 1" and "Workbook 2," are composed of the exact workbook exercises that the Students will be issued in the exact same format. The facilitator sees exactly what the Students see.

Each exercise is followed by they key (answers) for that exercise. In addition, each chapter and exercise is preceded by a brief preview that identifies the objective of the chapter or exercise as well as helpful suggestions for discussions and activities.

Whether this is your first workshop or you are a veteran facilitator, the Teacher's Guide contains everything you may need to conduct a compelling workshop.

For Special Pricing for
Government Agencies, Non-Profits, Churches & Community Organizations

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