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Brochure: Alternatives to Guardianship (Spanish)

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Brochure: Alternatives to Guardianship (Spanish)

Preparación para la mayoría de edad: toma de decisiones asistida y otras opciones de asistencia

En Nueva Jersey, un niño se convierte en adulto a la edad de 18 años, y todos los derechos parentales se transfieren al niño al alcanzar esta mayoría de edad. Si prevé que su hijo con discapacidades necesitará ayuda para manejar la responsabilidad de tomar decisiones adultas importantes, ¿conoce las opciones de asistencia?

NJ’s Early Childhood Initiatives

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NJ's Early Childhood Initiatives

These Parent Engagement Cards are based on New Jersey's Birth to Three Early Learning Standards (www.nj.gov/education/ece/guide/standards/birth/standards.pdf). They were developed by the New Jersey Coalition of Infant/Toddler Educators in collaboration with the New Jersey Association for Infant Mental Health, the New Jersey Council for Young Children, and the SPAN Parent Advocacy Network. They provide strategies for parents to use every day with their young children to help support their healthy physical, emotional, and mental development and wellbeing.

CITE Parent Engagement Cards English

CITE Parent Engagement Cards Spanish