Without Limits 2017
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WITHOUT LIMITS (Created 2017)|
INTERACTIVE CURRICULUM for TRAINERS of STUDENTS with DISABILITIES
Without Limits is an interactive curriculum designed for trainers to provide a safe environment for students with disabilities to discover their own value as individuals. Students gain an understanding of effective ways to be fully productive and succeed at school and work. They learn more about themselves and strategies for self-advocacy.
The curriculum includes a series of 11 interactive exercises ranging from 1 to 2 hours. These activities can be adapted to lesser durations to accommodate various classroom/training schedules. In addition, it includes 3 hours of training for Parents and Guardians to support their children and young adults with disabilities towards achieving success at school and work.
The curriculum is designed for students and youth with disabilities to:
Parents and guardians of students and youth with disabilities learn:
- Discover positive traits, values and qualities
- Explore quality and values other people see in them
- Consider the beneficial lessons learned from having a disability
- Learn not to let people’s reactions affect how they feel about themselves
- Discover how to positively bring up their need for an accommodation at school and work
- Educate students on how to resolve common concerns that teachers and employers have about possible accommodations
- Learn how attitudes about persons with disabilities are formed and discover new ways to overcome misperceptions with their peers, teachers and employers
- Explore different options to the traditional interview that increases their chances of being hired
The curriculum can be adapted to students with different education levels, integrated into career development courses, or implemented as a stand-alone 11 - 15 hour course with a separate 1 - 3 hour training session for parents.
- The traits and attributes that help persons with disabilities succeed
- Options for protecting their children from the effects of bullying