You can build the foundation for a happy, independent life that your youngster with unexpected challenges can enjoy.
To do so, you need three resources: a basic understanding of career management, the lessons I’ve learned through my experiences and what other parents recommend.
That’s what you’ll discover on the Cerebral Palsy Career Builders Blog.
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Learning how to find a job will not be easy for your about-to-graduate college student with cerebral palsy. It’s a task that calls for helpful tips from those who have gone before him or her.
How does your high school student with cerebral palsy handle the disability disclosure issue that crops up as soon as his or her first job application needs to be completed?
High school is the time for your youngster with cerebral palsy to start understanding which job interview questions can and cannot be asked under the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990.
Deciding on a useful discrimination definition can help your high school student with cerebral palsy prepare now for barriers that may arise once he or she enters the job market.
Career search for your high school youngster with cerebral palsy is a quest for “how to” as well as "what to do" answers.
Here is one example of 16 career clusters, which are organizing tools for helping your high school student with cerebral palsy identify the career path that’s right for him or her.
Here is a motivation plan for your youngster with cerebral palsy who is in high school and is looking for that first part-time job.
Here are six job search tips to pass along to your high school student with cerebral palsy that may be helpful now in finding part-time work.