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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Here is a learning style test your college student with cerebral palsy can use to learn how to effectively connect with hiring managers during second and third interviews.
Encourage your student with cerebral palsy to take college courses that will give him or her a competitive edge in fields which offer a future with the best job prospects.
Your soon-to-be job seeker with cerebral palsy needs to study the EEOC guidelines, recognize when job interviewing is going off on the wrong track and know how to respond effectively.
These four personal development tools are on my list of essential career builders for helping your college student with cerebral palsy get that first job.
One of the marks of leadership style is how flexible your college student with cerebral palsy is in working with people to effectively get a job done as an employee.
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.