The New Learning Heights Vocational programs for Students assist them to discover interests and to develop the skills necessary for employment in the community. Vocational training should provide students with a curriculum that prepares them for the job that they intend to enter. Broad-based knowledge and skills are good, but for some students with disabilities, specific skills are necessary for survival in the workplace and in the community and need to be explicitly taught.We believe that a life skill program is important for adaptive functioning. Art & craft provides for creative self-expression and emotional well-being. Vocational skills enhance their productivity and make them self-reliant. This program plays a crucial role in cognitive, social, emotional, and skill development. It is a part of the curriculum which are taught based on the capability of each student. These teaching aids are specially designed to meet specific learning disabilities, determined by extensive testing and evaluation of each child.