RESOURCES FOR SCHOOLS

 
 

Over the next couple months, we'll be posting resources and presentations, and links to practical strategies you can use to support students


TIPS AND TOOLS AND STORIES


  1. Tips for Developing Partnerships


  2. Sample Summer Planning Tool for Youth


  3. 10 Reasons to Hire Youth with Disabilities


  4. 13 Things Employers Can Do to Support Youth with Disabilities


  5. Costs and Benefits of Employing People with Disabilities


  1. NPR story on supporting successful transitions


COMMUNITY RESOURCE MAPS

Click on any of the communities below to get a map of local, state and national transition resources that families, youth, teachers and other service providers can use to connect youth to employment, transportation, recreation and other opportunities.


Coming soon.


COMMUNITY CONVERSATION REPORTS

Click on any of the communities below to view a final report of a recent Community Conversation identifying ways  the community can increase employment for youth with disabilities. These conversations gathered employers, school staff, families, community leaders, youth and other residents to brainstorm strategies to improve employment. The reports below provide an overview of the evening, as well as solutions and ideas generated.

  1. Arrowhead

  2. Baraboo

  3. Fond du Lac

  4. Madison

  5. Oak Creek

  6. Stoughton

  7. West Bend




 

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