The resources below are published by the Center on Community Living and Careers and are free to Indiana residents.
Is College for You? Setting Goals and Taking Action
A 42- page publication, Is College for You? guides students and their parents through a variety of issues, including career goals, learning styles, types of colleges and programs, advocating for yourself, important timelines, paying for college, accommodations, survival tips, and more. Updated in 2016.
Es la Universidad para ti? Establecer metas y emprender acciones (2017)
Written for Indiana Employment Specialists, The Hoosier Orientation Handbook is a basic introduction to supported employment.
A Roadmap to Choosing an Employment Agency (downloadable pdf file)
This workbook helps individuals and families ask the right questions when interviewing employment agencies. For a hard copy, contact Lori Pierce: firstname.lastname@example.org, or call 812-855-6508.
This curriculum, developed by CCLC's Indiana Secondary Transition Resource Center, prepares high school students as they learn to support their peers with disabilities in the classroom and throughout the school. To obtain a copy of either the Teacher or Student versions of the curriculum (or a copy of both), contact Lori Pierce: email@example.com or call 812-855-6508.
Peer Mentoring: Learning Together
Click here to watch the video preview of Peer Mentoring: Learning Together.
Looking for past trainings and supplementary materials? Click here!