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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How can you help your middle school student with a disability prepare for a safe, happy, independent life during the third decade of the 21st Century?
Assessing the work diversity levels of prospective employers can be difficult for the new job seeker with cerebral palsy you’re currently mentoring. Here are some tips about how to do that.
Practice in developing self knowledge about leadership may be the edge your new job seeker with cerebral palsy needs to outshine competitors in today’s job market.
Your young job seeker with cerebral palsy needs to continually update career assessment information through networking, lifelong learning and U.S Department of Labor research.
Gaining self confidence is developing a "good answer" to questions hiring managers have (but don't ask) about your young job seeker's cerebral palsy.
Help your job seeker with cerebral palsy realize the importance of motivation in getting that first "real" job.
How can you, as a parent, help your young career builder with cerebral palsy do well at work?
The key to resume writing, especially for your college student with cerebral palsy, is the resume’s opening statement, which can end up being an important career builder.
Build a social network. That’s a key step the college student with cerebral palsy you’re career coaching can take right now to prepare for the mainstream job market.
Your college student with cerebral palsy is a soon-to-be job seeker who needs to track shifts in job prospects by reviewing U.S. Department of Labor data on a routine basis.
Here’s how a career counselor can effectively guide your college student with cerebral palsy in making the transition from school to the work world.
Here are four ways your college student with cerebral palsy can leverage disability, using personal affirmative action strategies, to build a fulfilling career.
How can you pass onto to your child a time-tested, positive approach to disability before it’s too late?
Separate legitimate work from home opportunities from false promises. That’s a key distinction you can help your college student with cerebral palsy learn before he or she hits the job market.
Here’s how to use a mastermind group to gain career counseling online for your college student mentee with cerebral palsy.
The ultimate communication skills test for the college student with cerebral palsy you’re mentoring is getting hired in the real-world job market.
My cerebral palsy has helped me develop my own emotional intelligence test: my ability to delay gratification and my ability to "unlearn" helplessness.
How can your new college grad with a disability overcome discouragement because he or she is facing new, on-the-job issues that didn’t crop up in college?
Parents, mentors, coaches: Put cerebral palsy to work as a lifelong competitive edge for youngsters who dream of building a fulfilling career.
Here’s how the college student with cerebral palsy you’re mentoring as a parent or career coach can gain the most from corporate internships while still in school.