Please note that currently, the Adult Education Program has a wait list for one to one tutoring. For more information or to get started, please call 519-472-1541 x228 to get up to date information. For General Information about services at Hutton House, or for other options, please contact our Intake Specialist at 519-472-1541 x232 or email@example.com.
What Will I Learn?
You choose what you want to learn. Choices include:
Reading - Menus, books, maps, schedules, labels, recipes, signs,reading for work, reading strategies, understanding what you read, etc.
Writing - Letters, notes, stories, poems, journals, essays, spelling, etc.
Math - Budgeting, using a calculator, money skills, basic and advanced operations, telling time, etc.
Computer Skills - Microsoft applications, basic operations, educational programs, internet, email, using an iPad, typing practice, etc.
One to one tutoring
You are matched with a volunteer tutor
1 hour per week
Topics include Microsoft Word, Email, and the Internet
Full range of assistive devices
Small Group Classes
Choose 1 class per week
Classes include some of the reading, writing and perhaps some math that you would use in everyday life.
These classes are offered in partnership with the Thames Valley District School Board.
Special Interest Groups/Clubs
Examples include book clubs, essay writing, literacy groups, Skills for Learning and Life, App Class and budgeting. Check the Adult Education calendar to find out which groups are being offered now.
Enhanced employment opportunities
Improved ability to access and understand community services
What Will it Cost?
There is no charge for classes.
You are responsible for your own transportation.
How to Get Started
You must be:
16 years of age or older and not still in high school (19 years of age or older for the TVDSB classes)
Motivated and willing to commit time to work toward your learning goals
Have a disability that affects access to traditional classroom adult education programs
Once registered, you will meet with the Adult Education Coordinator to review your current literacy level and to determine your goals in the program.
A variety of teaching methods and resource materials are available to accommodate your disability and education level.
Hutton House has developed many custom learning materials for adult learners. Materials include books, worksheets, games and resource guides to assist with literacy and math skills.
The Hutton House Adult Literacy Series and accompanying resource guides are available for purchase by school boards, services providers, libraries and other literacy providers.
The Adult Education program is supported by: