NCWD Youth web page

National Collaborative on Workforce and Disability


National Collaborative on Workforce and Disability [link]

Many resources for youth with disabilities about getting work. They also share ways for youth to become a leaders in helping people with disabilities get work. They can also help students in high school who want to work with computers.

Phone: 877-871-0744

Tapping into the Power of Families: How Families of Youth with Disabilities Can Assist in Job Search and Retention [link]

This InfoBrief explores the important role families play in the job search and retention for youth with disabilities.

Benefits Planning for Youths with Disabilities [link]

The guide helps those assisting youth with disabilities navigate the range of state and federal government programs and benefits for people with disabilities in the United States.

Understanding the New Vision for Career Development: The Role of Family [link]

Introduces families to a new way of looking at career development for youth.

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National Resource Center for Supported Decision-Making


National Resource Center for Supported Decision-Making [link]

Webinars, talks, and essays from experts about how to make choices as you become an adult.

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Introduction and Guide to Supported Decision Making featuring Jonathan Martinis


Introduction and Guide to Supported Decision Making featuring Jonathan Martinis [link]

Video series about making your own choices and becoming more independent.

I'm Determined website

I’m Determined


I’m Determined [link]

Website with resources for parents and youth with disabilities about making their own choices. They offer resources and videos about making choices, sticking up for yourself, and understanding your disability.

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Speak Up: Using What You’ve Got to Get What You Want


Speak Up: Using What You’ve Got to Get What You Want [link]

Video about how to speak up to get what you want.

Phone: 301-608-8098

Email: ncfy@acf.hhs.gov