Training Materials

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These training materials are great resources for classrooms, support groups, and self-study. The intention with the training packets is to encourage conversation about each topic so self-advocates can feel more confident on their own.

Including self-advocates or peers while administering the trainings is highly encouraged (we designed it that way!).

Materials included in each topic is:

  • A Training Manual (for instructor use)
  • PowerPoint Slides: These slides include information provided within the Guides, as well as group activity opportunities
  • Activity Worksheets (for individuals with IDD): These worksheets have three activities to aid with the comprehension of each Guide.

The training materials for the My Life After High School series is available in Spanish.

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These materials explore personal boundaries, internet safety, and how to maintain conversations.


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Transition After High School

These materials explore speaking up for yourself, how to decide what to do after high school, and learning about your best skills.


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Employment and Volunteering

These materials explore why you might want to work, interview tips, and ways to handle different scenarios at work.


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These materials explore living with roommates, looking for a new place to live, and knowing who to ask for help when you’re home alone.


Explore Our Quick Guide Series!