When Your Teenager is Injured, Preparing for Work and Adulthood
This book on brain injury focuses on the required transition planning for adolescents receiving special education. It discusses how to include this in the IEP by age 14. Prepares for adulthood after TBI by describing how to look for a job, prepare for interviews, discuss the disability, and negotiate accommodations.
Common biases of employers are frankly discussed, along with strategies for pre-venting discrimination because of a disability. The adult service system is described. This books gives great information for adults and teens surviving a traumatic brain injury.
|Pages||56 pages, 6x9 softcover|