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American Indian Life Skills (AILS) is a universal, school-based, culturally grounded, life-skills training program that aims to reduce high rates of American Indian/Alaska Native (AI/AN) adolescent suicidal behaviors by reducing suicide risk and improving protective factors.

Life skills training should lessen the impact of these influences by developing social cognitive skills of youth (LaFromboise and Howard–Pitney 1995). Program Components The American Indian Life Skills Development curriculum can be delivered three times a week for 30 weeks, during the school year or as an afterschool program.

May 22, 2012 · Life skills training should lessen the impact of these influences by developing social cognitive skills of youth (LaFromboise and Howard–Pitney 1995). Program Components The American Indian Life Skills Development curriculum can be delivered three times a week for 30 weeks, during the school year or as an afterschool program.

DOCUMENT RESUME. ED 250 471. CE 039 918. TITLE. Native Literacy and Life Skills Curriculum. Guidelines. A Resource Book for Adult Basic Education. INSTITUTION British Columbia Dept. of Education, Victoria.

model entitled the American Indian Life Skills Development Curriculum is then pre-sented to illustrate a hybrid approach to the cultural tailoring of interventions. This curriculum is broad enough to address concerns across diverse American Indian tribal groups yet respectful of distinctive and heterogeneous cultural beliefs and practices.