Navigating Through Life


The youth leaders with disabilities from the Inclusion Project created the Navigating Through Life series. The six amazing graphics and text formats have different topics that a young person experiences as they move into adulthood. The youth leaders interviewed over 70 people with disabilities about their experiences when they entered adulthood. The Navigating Through Life series is intended to help youth start their own conversation when considering the next step in their journey.

To see all of the infographics, please use the navigation buttons at the bottom. For the text versions please click on Resources.



Planning

What you need to know for planning your event, creating a planning committee, setting the goals and vision of the project, and creating an agenda and work plan.

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Implementation

Tips for a successful Inclusion Project event and a sample timeline for announcements, audio/video tests, and guest accommodations leading up to the day of the event.

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Activities

Several example activities to hold during your Inclusion Project event, divided into Elementary, Middle, and High School level activities.

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The Virginia Department of Education and Virginia Commonwealth University are equal opportunity/affirmative action agencies providing access to education and employment without regard to age, race, color, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, veteran status, political affiliation, or disability, If alternate formats of this document are needed, please contact Marianne Moore at (804) 225-2700; marianne.moore@doe.virginia.gov, Jack Brandt at (804) 828-1365; brandtj@vcu.edu, or Dana Yarbrough at (804) 828-0352; dvyarbrough@vcu.edu or (800) 828-1120 (TDD relay).


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Richmond, VA 23219
Phone: (804) 828-3876
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The Inclusion Project was made possible by a grant from the Virginia Department of Education.

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