Life skills training provides goal-oriented training and support to injured individuals residing in the community. It is intended to provide skills necessary to resume life after injury. It is designed to foster successful integration into the community and should, ultimately, lead to a higher level of independence.
Life skills training include assistance and training with financial resource management, utilization of community resources, and management of personal assistance service. Training and support also includes areas related to activities of daily living such as grooming and personal hygiene.
Other examples include household management, cooking and nutrition, family and child support activities, health and disability self-management, social integration skills, and interpersonal relationships