A Pocket Guide to Independent Living
- Category:Collections/Packages, Financial Literacy, Foster/Adoptive Parents, Life Skills Materials, Program Coordinators, Stuff for Youth, Teacher/Student Resources
2019 Inventory Sale Item
The perfect gift for any teen or young adult!
A Personal Reference Guide for Students Only 4x6 it fits comfortably in pocket, purse, or backpack for easy, inconspicuous access when needed to complete an application, looking for the right house or apartment, etc.
Covers Vital Aspects of Transitioning to Independence
- Personal Information
- Community Help
- Finding Housing
- Employment Tips
- Cleaning/Laundry Guide
- Responsible Shopping
- Household Needs
- Abbreviations & Symbols
A Teaching Tool for Groups or Classrooms
The Pocket Guide provides a format for helping students organize, plan, and prepare to live responsibly on their own. All nine chapters are presented in easy to understand language with attractive graphics and space for additional notes.
A Perfect Aid for Meeting Individual Transition Plan Goals
For educator`s the Pocket Guide covers all four domains that must be addressed in Individual Transition Plans (ITPs) as required under the Department of Education. For independent living coordinators, the Pocket Guide is another excellent resource for youths to use in developing good transitional skills. A Pocket Guide to Independent Living
Best Use: For all teens to use as a resource, personal planner, or workbook in preparation for independence, makes a great graduation gift, classroom or group tool.
This resource book is also available in the ILR Pocket Sampler's Packet