Email

pquarterman@seguecenter.org

Saturday - Sunday CLOSED

(214)561-7668

Call us

Course Descriptions

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    Morning Cafe

    Morning Cafe is a time to get settled in, make a cup of tea/coffee, and catch up with friends. Kinda like the watercooler at work.

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    Current Events

    As adults we have a responsibility to stay informed about the news of the day. Respectful discussions about topics from the nation’s headlines from all perspectives as well as issues that members feel are important in today’s world.

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    Community Service

    Find new interests, possible career paths, make friends, and help people through community service.

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    Career Development

    Update resumes, practice interviewing, and conduct research. For members who have undergone the individualized career assessment, take the next steps from your action plan.

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    Independent Living Skills

    Learn the skills they don’t teach you at school.

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    Executive Function Skills

    Get guidance on goal-setting, organizing your life, and setting plans for the future.

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    Community Service

    Find new interests, possible career paths, make friends, and help people through community service.

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    Fitness/ Recreation

    Walking, tennis, and/or recreational games.

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    Project-Based Learning

    Members research and present solutions to real-world tasks.

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    Social Skills RPG

    Role playing games like Dungeons & Dragons are used to practice cooperation, collective story-telling, and social skills in and out of character.

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    Community Service

    Find new interests, possible career paths, make friends, and help people through community service.

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    Communication Skills

    Exercise at the center and/or play Pickleball, Cornhole, and other recreational games.

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    Relationship Building

    How to make and keep healthy friendships and relationships.

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    Social Skills RPG

    Role playing games like Dungeons & Dragons are used to practice cooperation, collective story-telling, and social skills in and out of character.

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    Community Service

    Find new interests, possible career paths, make friends, and help people through community service.

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    Digital Citizenship

    Stay safe online in the digital age and make sure your social media presence reflects the person you really are to friends, colleges, and potential employers.

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    Book Club

    Read and discuss a variety of books as a group.

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    Social Skills RPG

    Role playing games like Dungeons & Dragons are used to practice cooperation, collective story-telling, and social skills in and out of character.

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    Trending Topics

    Stay up-to-date with peers’ pop culture: viral videos, trending topics, memes, and more.

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    Social Time

    Make use of natural, casual conversation skills and socialize with peers in a safe, relaxed setting.

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    BYO Lunch

    Bring your own lunch from home and socialize with friends.

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    Ladies Luncheon

    Girls’ group enjoys luncheons in and out – and stick to our budgets.

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    Financial Literacy

    Learn how to make and maintain a realistic budget.

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    Baking Team

    Extended social time with movies and discussions, strategy games, and more in Addison

    OR heat up the kitchen with Segue Sweets’ baking team.

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    Social Enterprise

    Develop on-the-job business, sales, and marketing skills for any industry by participating in our social enterprise, Segue Sweets. No baking required.

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    ``Female Focus``

    Female-focused life and social skills in a positive, supportive environment.

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    Restaurant Lunch

    We go out to lunch in various spots around the metroplex. You must stick to the monthly budget for restaurant meals – costs included in program fees.

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    Community Outing

    We value being members of a thriving metroplex. We take outings visiting museums, neighborhoods, recreation areas, and different types of workplaces across DFW.

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    Social/Emotional Learning

    Tools for self-regulation, coping skills, empathy, and problem-solving.

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    Hot Topics & Healthy Relationships

    Learn to build positive, healthy friendships and relationships. Get strategies to deal with co-dependency.

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    Community Outing

    We value being members of a thriving metroplex. We take outings visiting museums, neighborhoods, recreation areas, and different types of workplaces across DFW.

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    Community Outing

    We value being members of a thriving metroplex. We take outings visiting museums, neighborhoods, recreation areas, and different types of workplaces across DFW.

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    Music Share

    One of every member’s favorites! Take turns sharing your favorite music with other members and get exposed to different musical genres.

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    Fitness/Recreation

    Exercise at the center and/or play Pickleball, Cornhole, and other recreational games.

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    Community Outing

    We value being members of a thriving metroplex. We take outings visiting museums, neighborhoods, recreation areas, and different types of workplaces across DFW.

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    Community Outing

    We value being members of a thriving metroplex. We take outings visiting museums, neighborhoods, recreation areas, and different types of workplaces across DFW.

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    Social Time

    Make use of natural, casual conversation skills and socialize with peers in a safe, relaxed setting.

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    Self-Advocacy & Self-Esteem

    Practice advocating for your opinions, ideas, and yourself.

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    Workplace Social Skills

    Build social skills to handle scenarios you may encounter in the workplace.

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    Community Outing

    We value being members of a thriving metroplex. We take outings visiting museums, neighborhoods, recreation areas, and different types of workplaces across DFW.

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    Social Skills RPG

    Role playing games like Dungeons & Dragons are used to practice cooperation, collective story-telling, and social skills in and out of character.

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    Community Outing

    We value being members of a thriving metroplex. We take outings visiting museums, neighborhoods, recreation areas, and different types of workplaces across DFW.

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    Community Outing

    We value being members of a thriving metroplex. We take outings visiting museums, neighborhoods, recreation areas, and different types of workplaces across DFW.

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    Community Outing

    We value being members of a thriving metroplex. We take outings visiting museums, neighborhoods, recreation areas, and different types of workplaces across DFW.