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Understanding the Role of Individualized Learning Plans in Transition Planning for Youth with Disabilities

Jul 30, 2010 Publication

InfoBrief explaining how an optional ILP can supplement the required IEP to help youth successfully transition from high school to employment and postsecondary education.

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Cyber Disclosure for Youth with Disabilities

Jul 07, 2010 Publication

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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Hidden Disabilities

Jul 06, 2010 Publication

Guide providing an overview of how to identify and screen for hidden disabilities, connect to formal diagnosis, provide appropriate accommodations, and identify support services.

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Making the Move to Managing Your Own Personal Assistance Services (PAS): A Toolkit for Youth with Disabilities Transitioning to Adulthood

Jul 02, 2010 Publication

A Toolkit to help you strengthen the skills you need to successfully manage your own Personal Assistance Services.

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Making the Right Turn: A Guide About Improving Transition Outcomes for Youth Involved in the Juvenile Corrections System

May 04, 2010 Publication

This is a guide providing professionals with an overview of transition for justice-involved youth, including promising practices and areas requiring further attention by policymakers.

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Blazing the Trail: A New Direction for Youth Development and Leadership: Youth Call-to-Action

Apr 01, 2010 Publication

This is a Call-to-Action outlining ten actions youth can take to enhance their development and become leaders in their community and the nation.

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