Family Engagement

Incorporate families in ILP policies

State policies that promote youth career development, such as ILP policies, can incorporate families as required stakeholders in implementation of opportunities for youth. Many states with ILPs have specific outreach to families.

 

Submitted by NCWD/Youth‏ (ncwdyouth_iel) during our March 7th Twitter Chat #EPWChat

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Family Engagement

Support of Family Advocacy for Child with Disabilities

I think a lot of the primary help for the child with disabilities has to come from the family. State policies that offer support to families that choose to advocate actively for their children with disabilities allow the parents to be the primary agents in acquiring and providing care and support to their children. I believe this enables the parents, not teachers or state agencies, to give the child with disabilities ...more »

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