Nevada Juvenile Justice
Sec. § 62E.220
Program of cognitive training and human development.


1.

A program of cognitive training and human development must include, but is not limited to, education, instruction or guidance in one or more of the following subjects, as deemed appropriate by the juvenile court:

(a)

Motivation.

(b)

Habits, attitudes and conditioning.

(c)

Self-conditioning processes.

(d)

Developing a successful way of life.

(e)

The process of solving problems.

(f)

Emotions and emotional blocks.

(g)

Assurances and demonstrative maturity.

(h)

Family success.

(i)

Family relationships.

(j)

Interfamilial understanding and communications.

(k)

Financial stability.

(l)

Effective communications.

(m)

Conflict resolution.

(n)

Anger management.

(o)

Obtaining and retaining employment.

2.

A director of juvenile services may contract with persons and public or private entities that are qualified to operate or to participate in a program of cognitive training and human development.

3.

A director of juvenile services may designate a person to carry out the provisions of this section.
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