My daughter McKenzie, tested out of her first high school diploma at 12 years of age. She received the actual diploma at age 13. With her motivation to learn, I knew I needed to know how I could best prepare her to survive as an independent adult earlier than I anticipated. To do so, through various conversations, books and my experiences as President of Wasatch Home Educators Network, I created a list of things that I felt were skills needed to be mastered to be a successful independent adult. Here is the pdf notes from my UHEA class taught Friday June 6, 2014.
Teens: The Magic Number
Here you will find:
Secrets often not shared with teenagers until it slaps them in the face.
A list of areas and skills that will help a adult survive independently.
And resources to help make decisions regarding the options and resources available to continue on that path.