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.
Subscribe to my blog’s RSS feed by clicking the orange button so you’ll continue to receive my thoughts about how to guide your youngster toward a fulfilling work life.
Check these assistive technology devices available for impairments which may affect how well your middle school student with cerebral palsy does in school and as well as on a future job.
Ticket to Work and PASS are two Social Security Administration work-incentive programs your middle school student with cerebral palsy may need as a future job seeker.
Why people work is an insight that may help your middle school student with cerebral palsy put career management into a perspective that is both understandable and meaningful.
Your middle school youngster's early introduction to self discipline can eventually become a competitive advantage in tomorrow's job market.
Check these inspirational stories for showing your middle school student with cerebral palsy how appropriate humor about disability may be key to thriving in tomorrow’s workplace.
Career assessment tests can help the middle school student with cerebral palsy you’re mentoring make some preliminary career decisions in the best possible light.
This personality quiz can tell you what kind of work environment will likely be the best match for your middle school student with cerebral palsy when he or she enters the workforce.
Reaching these three developmental milestones can put your elementary student with cerebral palsy on a path toward eventually building a rewarding, meaningful career.