FREE DOWNLOAD-POSTER with CHECKLIST [Student Coping]

  Hello teachers, parents, and advocates, Parents and teachers are heroes doing their best to provide youth of all ages online schooling. However, this can be especially difficult when we see the emotional losses a student shows. We validate a young person’s sadness as they miss peers at school, lost of important events such as, Read More

[COVID-19] 18 IDEAS TO HELP YOUTH CHANGE WHAT THEY CAN | Social Emotional Learning | Dr. Jackie M. Marquette

“I’m bored.” “I want to see my friends.”“How much longer is this virus going to last?” These are some of the comments I hear from my friends who have teenagers at home. Some kids young and older are taking it hard as they are isolated from their peers. Other teens and young adults face the Read More

[FREE] Teen and Young Adult Bucket List: COVID-19

Hello Everyone, Do you have a teen or young adult at home? Or do you have middle or high school students you are teaching online? They may be struggling with the COVID-19 crisis and having physical or emotional symptoms. It becomes easy for teens to spend time glued to screens, playing video games and/or reading Read More

Youth Rescue [Coronavirus]: Creating Emotional and Physical Well-being

Hello Everybody, These are uncertain times. As the world is in flux right now, people need specific things, good information, and creative ideas. One of the areas of need for youth is “online schooling” as schools around the globe have announced they’ll stay closed for 2 weeks to 2 months. There is no playbook on Read More

5 Things All Youth Leaving School Should Be Able to Say About their Work Readiness

Every young person leaving school wants to have a job or go to college. Nationally we are in state of  youth employment crises. The situation is so complex, it isn’t just one variable. Yet one approach may give youth the leverage they need for employment, the personal and social capability training to adapt through adversity. Read More

What Youth Need In Job Readiness For Job Effectiveness: Autism and Social and Emotional Challenges

What Makes up Job Readiness? Do you wonder why youth with autism or developmental disabilities often fail to make transitions to a job or higher education? Professionals have prepared youth with life skill practice and career exploration tasks yet, far too many young adults continue to lose their jobs or drop out of college. Added Read More