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

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National Collaborative on Workforce and Disability for Youth (NCWD/Youth) (No Longer Exists)

Description

This InfoBrief addresses the need for youth to acquire work skills and offers strategies parents and families can use to work with their youth to develop skills that lead to success on the job. This InfoBrief also includes information on how to incorporate work skill development into school documents, such as the Individualized Education Program and the Summary of Performance.

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Assistive TechnologyCommunication SkillsEmploymentEmployment SupportsSocial Skill DevelopmentTraining and Technical AssistanceTransitions to Adulthood

Related Terms

disabilitiesemploymentjob readineesjob skills
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