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Developing Financial Capability Among Youth: How Families Can Help

Aug 04, 2016 Publication
Briefs

InfoBrief providing suggestions and resources on how to talk with youth about money and assist them to learn and practice financial management skills.

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Supporting Families of Students with Disabilities in Postsecondary Education

Dec 07, 2015 Publication
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This brief is intended to assist postsecondary administrators, faculty, and staff to better understand the role families can play in the success of students with disabilities.

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Parents help their son move into the college dormitory.

Families and College and Career Readiness: What Schools Can Do to Engage Families in the Individualized Learning Plan (ILP) Process

Sep 18, 2014 Publication
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Information Brief on family engagement in the implementation of students’ Individualized Learning Plans (ILPs) as part of an overall career development strategy.

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An African American family with two children sit on the stairs in their home.

Understanding the New Vision for Career Development: The Role of Family

Mar 03, 2014 Publication
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InfoBrief introducing families to the phases of career development, highlighting the Individualized Learning Plan as a relevant tool, and offering strategies for family involvement.

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A male youth studies at home.

The Guideposts for Success: A Framework for Families Preparing Youth for Adulthood

Sep 08, 2012 Publication
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This InfoBrief examines how the Guideposts for Success can be used as a framework from which families of youth with disabilities can consider the support needs of their youth during the transition planning process.

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An African American family with two children sit on the stairs in their home.

Helping Youth Build Work Skills for Job Success: Tips for Parents and Families

Feb 04, 2012 Publication
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InfoBrief offering strategies families can use to work with young people to develop skills leading to workplace success.

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