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Children/Youth with Disabilities: Their Parents are your Employees Training Manual and Workbook
Social Work Faculty Publications and Presentations
  • Julie M. Rosenzweig, Portland State University
  • Anna M. Malsch, Portland State University
  • Eileen M. Brennan, Portland State University
  • Kathryn L. Mills, Portland State University
  • Lisa Maureen Stewart, Portland State University
Document Type
Article
Publication Date
1-1-2010
Subjects
  • Mentally ill children -- Services for,
  • Behavior disorders in children,
  • Parents of mentally ill children -- Services for,
  • Work and family
Disciplines
Abstract
The training manual and workbook, including the survey, were originally designed as supplemental materials to a workshop delivered to human resource professionals by the Work-Life Integration Project. Once the materials were compiled and reviewed, we decided to make the document available as a printed resource for a more general audience. While the materials were initially developed for use with human resource professionals, they are readily adaptable for use with other groups of employees, such as supervisors, managers, or teams of co-workers. The manual is also suitable to be used by members of family support organizations and other individuals interested in knowing more about the topics included. Supplemental materials to the manual are available and include a slide presentation, case studies, and a more comprehensive pre-post assessment.
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Copyright 2010 by Portland State University. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, reproduced, rewritten, distributed, performed, or displayed without express written permission.

Persistent Identifier
http://archives.pdx.edu/ds/psu/9037
Citation Information
Rosenzweig, J. M., Malsch, A. M., Brennan, E. M., Mills, K. L. & Stewart, L. M. (2010). Children/youth with disabilities: Their parents are your employees training manual and workbook. Portland, OR: Research and Training Center on Family Support and Children's Mental Health, Portland State University.