- More about my trip to the AHEAD Conference in Orlando
- What to expect when you attend a conference
Key Info for this Podcast:
- Who is NCCSD?
- What is ableism?
- Top 10 Tips for Students with Disabilities, From Students with Disabilities
- Note: List is not mental health specific, but rather encompasses all disabilities
- Teacher/Faculty considerations, what can we learn?
Websites/Links Referenced on the Show:
NCCSD Website http://www.nccsdonline.org/
To Write Love on Her Arms https://twloha.com/
TWLOHA – Story of Renee https://twloha.com/learn/story/
History of Suicide Prevention https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/books/NBK109918/
- Pick a goal, something you want that matters to you. Write it down, and better yet, tell someone you’re close to about it to help with accountability.
- Write down a plan for your goal. List out the steps, assign a deadline to the first step. Put that step on your To-Do List.
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