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Product Information Youth in Action! Tip Sheets

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This series of tip sheets help youth with disabilities learn and think about important transition issues. They are designed for youth to read and use, but are also helpful for family members, educations and service professionals. The tip sheets are presented in HTML format with most information in the form of bullets. In the areas were prose is used the reading level is at a college level. They were prepared by the National Collaborative on Workforce and Disability for Youth (NCWD/Youth)

As this is being added to the Quality Mall, the Youth in Action! tip sheet titles include:

* Becoming a Stronger Self-Advocate
* Leading Your Transition Planning
* Learning Disability History
* Getting Involved in Volunteering
* Serving on Decision-Making Boards
* Participating in Internships and Work-Based Experiences

The Youth in Action! tip sheets can be accessed on the Youth Development section of the NCWD/Youth website under "Publications."

Based on information viewed on 4/25/13 at www.ncwd-youth.info/youth-development
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