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The F2F Network folder lists over 50 organizations that support families, from statewide service systems to parent support groups. It is meant to be a door-opener to conversations about planning integrated supports for a good life. The folder is great for welcoming new families to your organization, providing resources and information about topics your organization specializes in, and more.
It is now in its seventh edition and is available in alternative formats, including large print, plain text and Spanish. Since 2003, over 125,000 folders have been disseminated to individuals with disabilities, parents and caregivers, professionals, and the general public.
The Family to Family rack card is a promotional material we disseminate to many different types of audiences. The rack card is simply an overview of Missouri Family to Family, the supports we provide, and how to get in touch with us. Affiliate organizations may order quantities of the rack card to help share information about our organization.
This booklet helps individuals and families know the questions to ask and things to think about throughout the life course, in order to have the experiences that help lead to the good life that they envision. Most of the questions and life experiences in this booklet could apply to anyone, whether they have a disability or not!
This 20-page guide is meant to help transition age youth and families figure out what daily life is going to look like after high school ends. It includes activities and resources to begin to think about jobs, careers, or continuing education in adult life.
Note: The maximum quantity of this item that can be ordered is 50. If you need more copies, please contact us.
This short, four page 11 x 17" folded brochure can be given to youth and parents of youth who are nearing or have reached transition age, to help them begin to think about things in each of the life domains that will be important in the transition from school to adult life. It includes questions to ask and options to consider and discuss with transitioning youth, to move toward a vision for a good life as an adult.