Programs & Classes

Cooking with Friends

Cooking with Friends is a class designed for young adults (ages 18+) who are working to independently cook for themselves as they prepare to live on their own. Participants must be able to safely handle various kitchen equipment and utensils with very minimal support and light supervision. *there will also be a one time $25 material fee

Designed for young adults and older teens who want to develop skills needed to live on their own. The Cooking With Friends class will teach participants to follow recipes, measure, chop and combine ingredients, and safely operate a stove to cook simple, delicious and healthy meals. This program emphasizes the social aspect of cooking and sharing meals together. Participants work as a team in a fun, hands-on environment that provides the opportunity to build friendships as well as create a personal recipe book.

Ages: 18 +

Supervision: 6:1

Focus: Readiness Skills / Social Skills

Criteria: Participants who can independently be safe in the kitchen, including the independent use of sharp knives / Open to the public

Goals: 1 - Develop safe food preparation skills.

2 - Learn to make simple and healthy meals independently.

3 - Socialize and build friendships with peers.

Duration: 12 weeks

Rate: $ 360 / Full session

*There will be a one time $25 materials fee

  • $360
  • Sep 19 - Dec 12
  • Wednesday's 5:15p - 7pm
    • Wednesday5:15pm - 7:00pm
  • $360
  • Sep 20 - Dec 13
  • Thursday's 5:15-7pm
Teen Adult Readiness Social On Site

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    Attn: Program Office
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    Webster NY, 14580

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Feel free to contact us anytime with questions or concerns:

Program Coordinator:
Craig Jones
P: (585) 248-9011 ext. 116
E: cjones@autismup.org

If you have questions specific to payment, billing, invoicing and finances please contact:
P: (585) 248-9011 ext. 105
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