The Promise Parent and Youth Advisory Committee members will be giving a panel presentation at the Wisconsin Summer Inclusion Institute on July 25th in Wausau. In June, the Promise Youth and Family Advisory Committees met in Milwaukee to talk about their experiences, goals, and what it takes work in partnership to achieve school, employment, and life goals.
Through a mix of fun, interactive activities and serious discussions, the panel prepared to share their perspective on what it takes for youth, families, schools, and service providers to Partner for Success!
Here’s a sneak peek:
… who says that school staff became his extended family and that Sean, his teacher, “expects big things from me.”
… Henry’s mom, who advises other parents, “Research the issues you encounter. Know who is who to get things done now. Ask people, “What is your part on our team?”
Meet other Promise Youth and Family Members
Jessica and Alesia, Catherine, and Cynthia and Cordaruis, and others…
Get Tips on How to “Partner for Success”
What Professionals Can Do
Tip #7: Be flexible and considerate of the parent’s point of view.
What Parents Can Do
Tip #4: Reinforce at home what is being learned at school.
Promise Advisory Committee Advice for Professionals
Tip #2: Please try more than one way to connect with us (and maybe in more than one way…).
Promise Advisory Committee Advice for Parents
Tip #5: Consider if you have to change the atmosphere for your child – explore all of your school options.
Take a look at the Wisconsin Promise Parent and Youth Advisory Committee’s full presentation:
Questions and Discussion
Do you have questions about how families, schools, and service providers can Partner for Success? Get in touch with us!