Creating a Wider Vision for Youth Transition in CILs (1.5 Hours)

Training Source: 
ILRU
Beginning Date: 
12/14/2016
Type of Training: 
On-demand

About the Training

Youth transition is a new required service of CILs under the “New Core Service” of WIOA.  But youth aren’t a service and "by and for youth" isn’t new to the Independent Living Movement.  This presentation will help you take the mystery out of youth transition and learn how your CIL can excel at providing IL services to young people with disabilities in your community.  Our presenters will explore the history of youth in IL, what it means to have youth as a target population for CILs, strategies for reaching youth and involving them in meaningful roles in your CIL, and how to plan for successful youth leadership and services.

Target Audience

CIL Program Managers, IL Specialists, Youth Transition Facilitators, and any other staff who work with youth with disabilities.

Learning Objectives

Upon completion of this webinar, participants will have knowledge and resources that will enable them to―

  • Describe the history of serving youth in CILs and how the requirement of the new core service, which includes youth transition, makes youth a more formal targeted population.

  • Identify strategies and examples to develop and drive youth culture in CILs that include adapting existing programs.

  • Explain the importance of including youth in a significant role in the development, implementation, and delivery of services.

  • Describe helpful tools and resources available for centers to conduct strategic planning for youth services.

View the Training  (01:27:39)

Transcript and Resources

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