Career Book 1: 17 Career-readiness Strategies for Parents of Elementary School Students With Special Needs

Career Book 1: 17 Career-readiness Strategies for Parents of Elementary School Students With Special Needs

by Jim Hasse


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In this 40-minute quick read, Jim Hasse, a Global Career Development Facilitator who has cerebral palsy, summarizes the essential career development strategies to follow for career coaching your elementary school youngster with special needs.

Career Book 1 outlines nine strategies for helping your youngster grow in self-confidence and eight strategies for discovering disability's competitive edge in tomorrow's job market - all based on the road map recommended by the U.S. National Career Development Guidelines and on Jim's 29 years of experience as a mainstream Accredited Business Communicator.

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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780692288245
Publisher: Hasse Communication Counseling, LLC
Publication date: 09/04/2014
Series: Career-readiness Series , #1
Pages: 98
Sales rank: 771,881
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.20(d)

About the Author

Jim Hasse, ABC, GCDF

Jim Hasse is the founder of, the premier coaching guide for parents of CP youngsters 7 to 27 years old.

He established his own Web community business in 1994, after working 29 years for a Fortune 500 company in corporate communications. He was the firm's Vice President of Corporate communication for 10 of those years.

He's the owner of Hasse Communication Counseling, LLC, which develops win-win partnerships for champions of disability employment.

Hasse is a Global Career Development Facilitator (GCDF). He has been managing online interactive communities to generate and share career management insight for individuals who have a disability since 1997.

Between 1999 and 2009, he was responsible for all the online content of eSight Careers Network, a free service of The Associated Blind, Inc., New York City. As eSight's Senior Content Developer, he wrote, assigned and edited more than 1,300 articles about disability employment issues.

Between 1997 and 2001, Hasse developed, a now discontinued web site where people with disabilities shared their personal-experience stories and which provided a launching pad for eSight Careers Network.

A 1965 honors graduate of the University of Wisconsin-Madison's School of Journalism, Hasse is an Accredited Business Communicator (ABC) by the International Association of Business Communicators, San Francisco, CA.

In 1994, he received the Cooperative Spirit Award from the Cooperative Communicators Association (CCA), a national organization for professional communications employed by cooperatives, and the Cooperative Builder Award from the Wisconsin Federation of Cooperatives, a state-wide trade association.

In 1995, he received CCA's most prestigious honor, the H.E. Klinefelter Award for distinguished service in cooperative communications.

Hasse is the author of 12 eBooks, five paperback books and three audiobooks plus "Break Out: Finding Freedom When You Don't Quite Fit The Mold" (Quixote Press, 1996) a memoir of 51 short stories about disability awareness.

His latest hardcover book is "Perfectly Able: How to Attract and Hire Talented People with Disabilities" (AMACOM, 2011), a disability recruitment guidebook for hiring managers which he compiled and edited for Lighthouse Guild International, New York City.

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