NAMI - National Alliance on Mental Illness Home | About NAMI | Contact Us | En Espanol  | Donate  
Find
  Advanced Search  
 

Sign In
myNAMI
Communities
Register and Join
Donate
What's New
State & Local NAMIs
Advocate Magazine
NAMI Newsroom
NAMI Store
NAMIWALKS
National Convention
Special Needs Estate Planning
NAMI Travel

 Education, Training & Peer Support Center
  Family-to-Family
  NAMI Family Support Group
  NAMI Homefront
  NAMI Ending the Silence
  NAMI Support Group
  Parents & Teachers as Allies
  Provider Education
  Peer-to-Peer
  NAMI Connection
  In Our Own Voice
  NAMI Basics
  Hearts and Minds

Print this page
Graphic Site
Log Out
 | Print this page | 
 | 
NAMI_Basics1

NAMI Basics Webinar on Transition –
Society says “ADULT”, we say “they are still our children”: Learning to let go

Handouts

Copies of these handouts should be made for each participant.  Handouts may be distributed to participants as they enter the room, or individually as they are discussed in the presentation.  If time is a factor, distributing them at the beginning is a better option, since handing out materials can eat away at presentation time.

Handout # 1: Checklist for the Transition Process

Handout # 2: Preparing to become an Adult: the Parent/Family’s Perspective

Handout # 3: Preparing to become an Adult: the Youth’s Perspective

Handout # 4: Bazelon Center for MH Law: Campus Mental Health Know Your Rights 2008; Questions for University/College Dean of Students or Director of Counseling

Handout # 5: Federal Programs to Assist TAY

Handout # 6: Prevention Planning for TAY & the Prevention Planning Process

Handout # 7: Additional Resources


 | Print this page | 
 | 

Donate

Support NAMI to help millions of Americans who face mental illness every day.

Donate today

Speak Out

Inspire others with your message of hope. Show others they are not alone.

Share your story

Get Involved

Become an advocate. Register on NAMI.org to keep up with NAMI news and events.

Join NAMI Today
Home  |  myNAMI  |  About NAMI  |  Contact Us  |  Jobs  |  SiteMap

Copyright © 1996 - 2011 NAMI. All Rights Reserved.