BUNDLE - Worksheets for high school level instruction on the IEP process. There are 3 worksheets that will walk a student through activily participating in their IEP. Worksheets include: What is an I
...EP?, Recognizing My Strengths and Needs, and Planning for Transition Services. Bundle IDs 0532-0534.
BUNDLE - Worksheets for high school level instruction on exploring postsecondary school and identifying the challenges students may face in attending the school they choose. There are 3 worksheets tha
...t allow the student to identify postsecondary schools of interest, possible challenges they may face, and accommodations to overcome the challenges. Bundle IDs 0554, 0557, 0558.
Worksheet in which students explore the requirements of different occupations. They list information about the nature of the work, skills/training needed, challenges, and opinions. Includes a workshee
...t in which students list career challenges that they may face and possible solutions to compensate for these challenges.
Help students evaluate their strengths and weaknesses in order to set goals for themselves. Whether goals are academic, social, or advocacy related, setting and attaining goals can be empowering. Incl
...udes fillable and interactive worksheets.
BUNDLE - Worksheets for high school level instruction on career explorations and possible challenges they will face related to their hearing loss. There are 4 worksheets that allow the student to iden
...tify career interests, research potential jobs, and possible challenges in the workplace, and investigate solutions to those challenges. Bundle IDs 0554-0556, 0558.
Worksheet in which students describe challenges they may face in their post-high school living environment, accommodations to overcome the challenges, and documentation needed to request the accommoda
Success in advocacy requires forethought and planning. The knowledge of problem-solving skills combined with an understanding of emotion-based behavior (Goal 4) are used in decision making and self-ma
...nagement. Decisions are different from problems in that there is personal interest in the outcome. Students will understand the difference between qualitative and quantitative information and how it relates to decision-making.
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