Developing and Implementing Effective Transition Programs for Youth with EBD: the RENEW Model
This recording describes the research regarding the transition needs of youth with EBD. The elements of the RENEW (Rehabilitation for Empowerment, Natural supports, Education and Work) model are presented and discussed. RENEW has been implemented with over 300 youth in New Hampshire, Illinois, Pennsylvania, Wisconsin, and North Carolina. The presentation includes a description of the RENEW service process, including a case example and a description of implementation contexts, data collection, and support features.After viewing this program, you will be able to:
- Discuss how the youth-driven futures planning process increases youth motivation and engagement.
- Describe how the goals and objectives developed through the youth-driven futures planning process can be translated into specific transition strategies and supports.
- Develop social and natural supports for youth with EBD using individualized teams.
- Identify the link between implementation of a strengths-based approach to the development of self-efficacy in youth with EBD.
JoAnne Malloy, University of New Hampshire
Date of original program:
February 21, 2013
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