These in-depth how-to documents serve as convenient references. Subjects include: how to design an in-school-after-school-program; how to assess individuals; how to serve a specific populations such as individuals with psychiatric disabilities; how to build and sustain partnerships among an array of state and local agencies; how to finance transition services for youth; and how to design universally accessible facilities and programs.
This self-assessment is designed to help you look at how you’re growing as a leader.Read More
This self-assessment is designed to help you look at how the youth in your program are growing as leaders.Read More
How-to guide for schools, educators, and other professionals seeking to implement individualized learning plans (ILPs) with youth. Includes curriculum and implementation strategies.Read More
This is a compilation of resources to assist youth service workers in organizing individualized programming for young people with disabilities using the HS/HT model.Read More
This is a guide to the High School/High Tech strategy for assisting youth with disabilities as they transition from high school to postsecondary education and employment.Read More
This publication offers Guideposts highlighting specific experiences, supports, and services relevant to comprehensive transition services for foster care youth, including those with disabilities.Read More