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Your path to a successful career as a Direct Support Professional, Para-Professional, or as a Child Care Professional.
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The  Bridge to Career in Human Service Program  is a summer program offered by the  Center on Disability and Development  at  Texas A&M University . This program works in collaborations with the Brazos Valley Center For Independent Living to provide qualifying students with developmental disabilities access to a post-secondary education program along with special educational supports, which will prepare them for employment in the field of health and human services, specifically to become Direct Support Professionals.

The Bridge to Career in Human Services Project is funded in part by the Texas Council for Developmental Disabilities (TCDD). TCDD awards funding provided by the Administration for Developmental and Intellectual Disabilities, U. S. Department of Health and Human Services. $225,000 (75%) DD funds, $74,998 (25%) non-federal funds.

Through the PATH (Partnerships for Access to Higher Education) Program, qualifying students who have already been awarded a scholarship or grant by one of our PHEAA PATH Partners may be eligible for additional grant money.

If you are an organization or foundation interested in participating in the PATH Program, please email PATH staff at [email protected] .

Copyright © 2011, Pennsylvania Higher Education Assistance Agency (PHEAA).
PHEAA conducts its student loan servicing operations commercially as American Education Services
and for federally-owned loans as FedLoan Servicing.

A classroom-based social emotional learning program for elementary students to reduce aggression and behavior problems in children. The PATHS curriculum teaches skills in five conceptual domains: self-control, emotional understanding, positive self-esteem, relationships, and interpersonal problem solving.

Channing-Bete Company
One Community Place
South Deerfield, MA 01373-0200
Phone: (800) 477-4776
Fax: (800) 499-6464
[email protected]
http://www.channing-bete.com/prevention-programs/paths/paths.html

The PATHS curriculum is a comprehensive program for promoting emotional and social competencies and reducing aggression and behavior problems in elementary school-aged children (grades K-6) while simultaneously enhancing the educational process in the classroom. The evaluation of the preschool version, called Head Start REDI, is treated separately by Blueprints.

Target group:
PATHS was designed to be used with elementary school-aged students (i.e., grades K-5) and to be implemented by classroom teachers.

Designed for, or demonstrated applicability to, special groups:
In addition to regular education, PATHS has been shown to be effective with a number of special groups including deaf and hearing-impaired students, behaviourally disordered, learning disabled and gifted students, as well as students from a wide diversity of ethnic, cultural, socio-economic and family backgrounds. PATHS has also been shown to have positive benefits for students in rural settings.

PATHS is a program that targets the development of social and emotional competence in order to build children’s protective factors and decrease the risk of behavioural and social problems. It is designed to promote social and emotional competence, prevent violence, aggression and other behavioural problems, improve critical thinking skills and enhance the classroom climate.

Your path to a successful career as a Direct Support Professional, Para-Professional, or as a Child Care Professional.
Apply now!

The  Bridge to Career in Human Service Program  is a summer program offered by the  Center on Disability and Development  at  Texas A&M University . This program works in collaborations with the Brazos Valley Center For Independent Living to provide qualifying students with developmental disabilities access to a post-secondary education program along with special educational supports, which will prepare them for employment in the field of health and human services, specifically to become Direct Support Professionals.

The Bridge to Career in Human Services Project is funded in part by the Texas Council for Developmental Disabilities (TCDD). TCDD awards funding provided by the Administration for Developmental and Intellectual Disabilities, U. S. Department of Health and Human Services. $225,000 (75%) DD funds, $74,998 (25%) non-federal funds.

Through the PATH (Partnerships for Access to Higher Education) Program, qualifying students who have already been awarded a scholarship or grant by one of our PHEAA PATH Partners may be eligible for additional grant money.

If you are an organization or foundation interested in participating in the PATH Program, please email PATH staff at [email protected] .

Copyright © 2011, Pennsylvania Higher Education Assistance Agency (PHEAA).
PHEAA conducts its student loan servicing operations commercially as American Education Services
and for federally-owned loans as FedLoan Servicing.

Your path to a successful career as a Direct Support Professional, Para-Professional, or as a Child Care Professional.
Apply now!

The  Bridge to Career in Human Service Program  is a summer program offered by the  Center on Disability and Development  at  Texas A&M University . This program works in collaborations with the Brazos Valley Center For Independent Living to provide qualifying students with developmental disabilities access to a post-secondary education program along with special educational supports, which will prepare them for employment in the field of health and human services, specifically to become Direct Support Professionals.

The Bridge to Career in Human Services Project is funded in part by the Texas Council for Developmental Disabilities (TCDD). TCDD awards funding provided by the Administration for Developmental and Intellectual Disabilities, U. S. Department of Health and Human Services. $225,000 (75%) DD funds, $74,998 (25%) non-federal funds.

Your path to a successful career as a Direct Support Professional, Para-Professional, or as a Child Care Professional.
Apply now!

The  Bridge to Career in Human Service Program  is a summer program offered by the  Center on Disability and Development  at  Texas A&M University . This program works in collaborations with the Brazos Valley Center For Independent Living to provide qualifying students with developmental disabilities access to a post-secondary education program along with special educational supports, which will prepare them for employment in the field of health and human services, specifically to become Direct Support Professionals.

The Bridge to Career in Human Services Project is funded in part by the Texas Council for Developmental Disabilities (TCDD). TCDD awards funding provided by the Administration for Developmental and Intellectual Disabilities, U. S. Department of Health and Human Services. $225,000 (75%) DD funds, $74,998 (25%) non-federal funds.

Through the PATH (Partnerships for Access to Higher Education) Program, qualifying students who have already been awarded a scholarship or grant by one of our PHEAA PATH Partners may be eligible for additional grant money.

If you are an organization or foundation interested in participating in the PATH Program, please email PATH staff at [email protected] .

Copyright © 2011, Pennsylvania Higher Education Assistance Agency (PHEAA).
PHEAA conducts its student loan servicing operations commercially as American Education Services
and for federally-owned loans as FedLoan Servicing.

A classroom-based social emotional learning program for elementary students to reduce aggression and behavior problems in children. The PATHS curriculum teaches skills in five conceptual domains: self-control, emotional understanding, positive self-esteem, relationships, and interpersonal problem solving.

Channing-Bete Company
One Community Place
South Deerfield, MA 01373-0200
Phone: (800) 477-4776
Fax: (800) 499-6464
[email protected]
http://www.channing-bete.com/prevention-programs/paths/paths.html

The PATHS curriculum is a comprehensive program for promoting emotional and social competencies and reducing aggression and behavior problems in elementary school-aged children (grades K-6) while simultaneously enhancing the educational process in the classroom. The evaluation of the preschool version, called Head Start REDI, is treated separately by Blueprints.

Your path to a successful career as a Direct Support Professional, Para-Professional, or as a Child Care Professional.
Apply now!

The  Bridge to Career in Human Service Program  is a summer program offered by the  Center on Disability and Development  at  Texas A&M University . This program works in collaborations with the Brazos Valley Center For Independent Living to provide qualifying students with developmental disabilities access to a post-secondary education program along with special educational supports, which will prepare them for employment in the field of health and human services, specifically to become Direct Support Professionals.

The Bridge to Career in Human Services Project is funded in part by the Texas Council for Developmental Disabilities (TCDD). TCDD awards funding provided by the Administration for Developmental and Intellectual Disabilities, U. S. Department of Health and Human Services. $225,000 (75%) DD funds, $74,998 (25%) non-federal funds.

Through the PATH (Partnerships for Access to Higher Education) Program, qualifying students who have already been awarded a scholarship or grant by one of our PHEAA PATH Partners may be eligible for additional grant money.

If you are an organization or foundation interested in participating in the PATH Program, please email PATH staff at [email protected] .

Copyright © 2011, Pennsylvania Higher Education Assistance Agency (PHEAA).
PHEAA conducts its student loan servicing operations commercially as American Education Services
and for federally-owned loans as FedLoan Servicing.

A classroom-based social emotional learning program for elementary students to reduce aggression and behavior problems in children. The PATHS curriculum teaches skills in five conceptual domains: self-control, emotional understanding, positive self-esteem, relationships, and interpersonal problem solving.

Channing-Bete Company
One Community Place
South Deerfield, MA 01373-0200
Phone: (800) 477-4776
Fax: (800) 499-6464
[email protected]
http://www.channing-bete.com/prevention-programs/paths/paths.html

The PATHS curriculum is a comprehensive program for promoting emotional and social competencies and reducing aggression and behavior problems in elementary school-aged children (grades K-6) while simultaneously enhancing the educational process in the classroom. The evaluation of the preschool version, called Head Start REDI, is treated separately by Blueprints.

Target group:
PATHS was designed to be used with elementary school-aged students (i.e., grades K-5) and to be implemented by classroom teachers.

Designed for, or demonstrated applicability to, special groups:
In addition to regular education, PATHS has been shown to be effective with a number of special groups including deaf and hearing-impaired students, behaviourally disordered, learning disabled and gifted students, as well as students from a wide diversity of ethnic, cultural, socio-economic and family backgrounds. PATHS has also been shown to have positive benefits for students in rural settings.

PATHS is a program that targets the development of social and emotional competence in order to build children’s protective factors and decrease the risk of behavioural and social problems. It is designed to promote social and emotional competence, prevent violence, aggression and other behavioural problems, improve critical thinking skills and enhance the classroom climate.

Workers' compensation costs associated with incidents in the workplace are a considerable portion of an employer's business costs. Learn how to reduce your workers' compensation costs through effective, proactive health and safety training programs that will benefit your employees and your bottom line.

Pennsylvania Training for Health and Safety, or PATHS, is an important resource for employers and workers throughout the state.

PATHS is a no-fee, statewide service established by the Department of Labor & Industry, Bureau of Workers' Compensation's Health and Safety Division to provide employers and employees with easy access to cost-effective health and safety resources. Services provided by PATHS will enable participants in the workers' compensation system achieve greater efficiencies in their workers' compensation cost-containment efforts by creating safer, accident-free workplaces.


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