Results 17 of 7 for "Toolkit"X related to "The Interpersonal-Psychological Theory..."
Results 17 of 7
Sort by:
  • 1.Healthy Lesbian, Gay and Bisexual Students Project: Toolbox
    The Toolbox is a collection of resources and documents that supplement information provided in the school staff development workshop, "Preventing Health Risks and Promoting Healthy Outcomes among LGBQ Youth."
    Toolkit
  • 2.FERPA Overview
    A summary of the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA): rights to access educational records, diclosure of "directory information" and other resources.
    Toolkit
  • 3.Reasonable Accommodations Explained
    FAQs and case examples by disability type help explain what is meant by reasonable accommodations.
    Toolkit
  • 4.Americans with Disabilities Act Basics
    General information about the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), protections and requirements under the act, and suggested do's and don'ts.
    Toolkit
  • 5.Psychology Internship Development Toolkit
    A resource to facilitate institutional and financial support for creating and expanding internship programs. The toolkit describes internship settings and structures, funding, administrative issues, legal and ethical considerations, quality assurance, mentoring resources and emergency recovery procedures.
    Toolkit
  • 6.ADHD Case Example
    Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder case example in which disclosure of educational records and legal issues for an "eligible student" under the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act of 1974 (FERPA) statute are explained.
    Toolkit
  • 7.Tools & Resources
    More information about laws that protect the rights of individuals with disabilities in educational and employment settings, including links to the Access Board Standards for Federal Legislation, the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA), the U.S. Department of Justice Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) home page and others.
    Toolkit
Sort by:
ADVERTISEMENT
Results 17 of 7 for "Toolkit"X related to "The Interpersonal-Psychological Theory..."