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Description: DO-IT (Disabilities, Opportunities, Internetworking, and Technology) serves to increase the participation of individuals with disabilities in challenging academic programs and careers. This manual was developed to help you create summer study, work-based learning, and e-mentoring programs for youth. Chapter One: Foundations for DO-IT Practices Chapter Two: How to DO-IT: An Overview Chapter Three: Computer and Internet Access Chapter Four: Peer and Mentor Support Chapter Five: Summer Study...
Description: This book and the complementary video series, Taking Charge: Stories of Success and Self-Determination, explore positive internal characteristics and external factors that contribute to success—personally, socially, spiritually, academically, and professionally. These factors can be used to provoke thought and promote interaction between teens and caring adults. The book also tells how you can set up a mentoring community on the Internet where young people and their mentors share ideas...
Description: This webcast is designed specifically for school personnel who will be conducting telephone interviews for Indicator #14. Participants will obtain information on the process for conducting interviews; the use of a web-based survey designed to collect interview information; and suggested telephone interviewing technique. There is no charge for the web cast.
Description: The Job Accommodation Network has posted an article addressing some of the situations that individuals with cognitive disabilities encounter while working in a cubicle, and offers suggestions on how to address these issues and help maintain a productive environment.
Description: The Job Accommodation Network consultants have developed this employment guide for job seekers as well as job candidates entering the workforce. This guide provides a four-step process with easy-to-use information, tools, and resources on subjects encountered when job seeking. These include disclosing a disability, requesting an accommodation, and career exploration designed to help people with disabilities find the job which is a good fit for them. (This is available in Spanish.)