Easy to read materials

Counter Person - Job Profile (2013)

This document is housed on the Government of Alberta website.

This job profile is part of a career planning resource, designed to be clear and easy to read. It focuses on a young woman working at a fast-food restaurant to explain what a counter person does.

Get resource
Added: 
2014-05-15

Cook – Job Profile (2013)

This document is housed on the Government of Alberta server.

This job profile is part of an easy-to-read career planning resource. The authors use the example of a cook working in a hospital kitchen to explain the nature of the job; workplace conditions; necessary skills and traits; potential wages; and possible training required.

Get resource
Added: 
2014-04-23

Carpenter – Job Profile (2013)

This document is housed on the Government of Alberta server.

Part of an easy reading career planning resource, this profile explains what a carpenter does on the job. The authors explain the seasonal nature of the work, and discuss the skills and traits required for the job.

Get resource
Added: 
2014-04-15

Baker – Job Profile (2013)

This document is housed on the Government of Alberta server.

This job profile is part of a career planning resource, presented in clear, easy to read language. It explains what bakers do on the job, and gives examples of places they might work, like restaurants and hospitals.

Get resource
Added: 
2014-04-08

Easy Reading Job Profiles Dictionary (2013)

This document is housed on the Government of Alberta server.

This document is part of an easy reading career planning series, and explains the eight symbols used in the series to designate different job groups. The eight groups refer to jobs for people who like to clean things; drive or move things; help or serve people; make or fix things; prepare food; protect things; sell things; or work with living things like plants or animals.

Get resource
Added: 
2014-04-03

It's My History Too! Activity Workbook 2: Supporting Self-Advocacy Passport (2013)

This workbook is part of a program designed to help people with developmental disabilities learn how to advocate for themselves, and to help their allies learn how to support their self-advocacy. The program was developed by Vecova Centre for Disability Services and Research (Vecova) in Calgary, Alberta.

Get resource
Added: 
2013-10-28

It's My History Too! Activity Workbook 1: Self-Advocacy Passport (2012)

A self-advocacy training program for youth and adults with disabilities

This workbook is part of a video-based training program developed to help youths and adults with developmental disabilities, and the people who support them, learn more about self-advocacy. The program was developed by Vecova Centre for Disability Services and Research (Vecova) in Calgary, Alberta.

Get resource
Added: 
2013-10-21

It's My History Too! Facilitator's Guide (2013)

My History, Our Future - A self-advocacy training program for youth and adults with disabilities & ally training program for their supporters

This facilitation guide is part of a video-based training program created for youth and adults with developmental disabilities to learn how to be self-advocates, and for their allies to learn how to best support self-advocacy. Allies are support workers, relatives, friends, or other members of an individual’s support network who help facilitate self-advocacy.

Get resource
Added: 
2013-10-17

Easy Stories: People (2010)

This e-book is one in a series called Best of the Reader, which consists of stories from The Westcoast Reader, a newspaper for adults trying to improve their English reading skills. It is made up of stories from the other e-books in the series.

While most of the e-books in this series offer material at three reading levels, all the stories in this book are at the lowest reading level.

Authors: 
Get resource
Added: 
2013-10-07

Going to the Doctor: You can do it! (2010)

Written in clear language, this guide helps to make dealing with the health-care system a less intimidating experience.

The authors cover such topics as when to go to the doctor; making and keeping appointments; preparing for an appointment; answering the doctor’s questions; and taking prescribed medications correctly.

Authors: 
Get resource
Added: 
2013-10-01

Pages

© 2020 Copian Library