This is the Podcast Place for Parents Seeking Cerebral Palsy Career Builders
The podcast place for cerebral-palsy-career builders.com features Jessica Kleist, MS. Ed., LPC-IT, Professional Counselor in Training and owner of Abilities First Counseling & Empowerment Services, LLC.
I recommend Jessica's latest podcast (it's free )
If your son or daughter has a physical, emotional or intellectual challenge, you’ll
find tips in this show about how to foster the self-confidence he or she needs to make an effective school-to-work transition.
As Dr Rosina interviews Jessica, you'll learn how to:
or clarify which dream job to target.
the education needed for that role.
why work experience is important and how to gain that experience.
which job is best – taking abilities and challenges into consideration.
the skills to highlight during job search/job interviews.
- Manage unexpected challenges and maintain motivation after
Imagine the sense of accomplishment you’ll feel when your youngster gains an independent life
through meaningful employment, knowing the role you've played in helping turn his or her dreams into reality.
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Originally written and illustrated by Jim Hasse, ABC, GCDF, owner of Hasse Communication
Counseling, LLC, who, as a person with cerebral palsy, served for 10 years as a
vice president in a Fortune 500 company during his 29-year career in corporate
communication. He’s an Accredited Business Communicator, certified as a Global
Career Development Facilitator and author of 14 Amazon books about disability awareness and disability