Resources

Resources

Empowerment Webinar - 2010
This video contains information on strategies about how to empower yourself as a youth/young adult.
Accept Yourself Webinar Part 1 - 2010
This video contains information on how to problem solve when you feel like you just don't fit in.
Accept Yourself Webinar Part 2 - 2010
This video contains information about getting to know yourself, with specific ties to people with disabilities.
One-on-one with Rachel
This video highlights Rachel, past PYLN Board member, and her journey of finding herself and her leadership skills.
One-on-one with Chaz
This video highlights Chaz, past PYLN Board member, and his journey of independence.
Governing Board Application Form
Governing Board Application - Recommendation Form
2018 PA Secondary Transition Conference Brochure
This is the conference brochure for the 2018 PA Community on Transition Conference: Planning Today for a Winning Tomorrow. The conference is scheduled for July 25-27, 2018
PYLN Secondary Transition Toolkit
The Pennsylvania Youth Leadership Network (PYLN) has created secondary transition toolkit to assist youth in their transition into the adult world. The best thing about the toolkit is that it was written and designed by youth with disabilities who are members of the Pennsylvania Youth Leadership Network (PYLN) for youth. It can also be used with families and professionals as a youth-friendly Toolkit for transition. Within the Toolkit there are three phases: Phase One: Accept Yourself! Phase Two: Declare Yourself! Phase Three: Empower Yourself! Each phase is filled with PYLN members’ transition stories, along with information and activities to help you take charge of your life!
PYLN Secondary Health Care Transition Toolkit
The Pennsylvania Youth Leadership Network (PYLN) has created the secondary health care transition toolkit to assist youth in navigating and advocating the health care system as they transition into the adult world. The best thing about the toolkit is that it was written and designed by youth with disabilities who are members of the Pennsylvania Youth Leadership Network (PYLN) for youth. It can also be used with families and professionals as a youth-friendly Toolkit for transition