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The 411 on Disability Disclosure: A Workbook for Youth with Disabilities

Oct 20, 2005 Publication
Guides

This is a guide that helps you make informed decisions about whether to disclose your disability and understand how that decision may impact your education, employment, and social life.

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The 411 on Disability Disclosure: A Workbook for Families, Educators, Youth Service Professionals, and Adult Allies Who Care About Youth with Disabilities

Dec 03, 2009 Publication
Guides

This is a workbook that helps adults make informed decisions about teaching youth about their rights and responsibilities in disclosing a disability and helping to support youth in the process of disclosure.

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NCWD/Youth Videos

Jan 24, 2018 Resources
Videos

NCWD/Youth Video Features Youth Action Council on Transition

NCWD/Youth has released a video about the …

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Competency Area 2: Communication with Youth

Nov 04, 2016

This competency area focuses on the knowledge, skills, and abilities that youth service professionals need …

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Cyber Disclosure for Youth with Disabilities

Jul 07, 2010 Publication
Guides

This is a workbook that helps adults make informed decisions about teaching youth about their rights and responsibilities in disclosing a disability and helping to support youth in the process of disclosure.

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NYEC Forum Highlights Partnerships between Vocational Rehabilitation, Schools, and Workforce Systems

On November 6, NCWD/Youth Project Manager Mindy Larson led a discussion session on “Leveraging Partnerships …

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