The Guide to Access Planning Helps All Teens and Young Adults
We’ve selected a few useful tools out of the Guide to Access Planning (GAP) guide that are targeted to students with hearing loss who are planning their transition to college or the workplace. Share them with your students and patients to help them out when making that step from graduation.
- The GAP Transition Checklist — Contains: A workbook to help teens and their families better understand what they’ll need to successfully transition from high school to independent living.
- The Self Advocacy Checklist — Contains: Tips on how teens can take responsibility for their own accommodations.
- Tips & Worksheet to Get Ready for University and Employment — Contains: Ways to prepare young adults to make work or college successful.
- College funding strategies — Contains: A resource by the University of Washington which shares information on various programs and organizations to provide financial aid for accommodations for teens with hearing loss.