This comprehensive, easy to carry reference guide to independent living puts essential information at your finger tips!
Written in concise, non-technical language, Program Strategies offers impressive coverage of independent living program issues: planning, funding, resource development, evaluation and follow-up are carefully detailed for both public and private sectors of child welfare.
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Risa Bejarano managed to become the first member of her family to earn a high school diploma despite her abusive childhood. Watch as she experiences her prom and graduation, while battling a discrete struggle with addiction
Experience David's days on the streets, drug and crime binge, homelessness, incarceration, rejection, and hopeful plans to become a fisherman.
Assessing and Contracting with Youth provides professionals with a collection of assessment, contracting, and outcome forms that when used with youth, provide reliable information for: goal plans, case-management, and transitional services
Assessing and Contracting with Youth provides professionals with a collection of assessment, contracting, and outcome forms that when used with youth, provide reliable information for: goal plans, case-management, and postdischarge services.
This resource will help asthmatics understand their disease; learn what triggers their asthma, and how to live a full life.
This handy guide for youth breaks down eight social skills into manageable steps sure to get results!
In conjunction with the Student Workbook, this book presents a successful, class-tested model for increasing student proficiencies.
Helps develop good character traits and skills throughout life and career. Interactive student activities to complete in class or assign as homework
This book provides creative easy to use activities to introduce developmental assets to youth. It includes: 94 interactive group activities for 6th through 12th graders. Help youth to understand their own assets.
Cashe Cache' is a beginning personal finance organizer designed to teach teens (and pre-ttens) the skills that they will need to get and stay on target towards a bright financial future.
Dr. Vera Fahlberg presents a wide range of approaches for dealing with many of the issues that foster and adoptive parents deal with when working with children. Understanding and working with birth families is given considerable attention throughout the series.
DRUGO is an innovative, educational game. It helps players learn basic facts about the destructive nature of drugs while having fun.
Developed for young people to see character traits in action. Students will become inspired to replicate the behavior. Facilitator's guide provides methods to bring key concepts into discussion and daily life.