Center for Parent Information and Resources (CPIR)
Sue Swenson, Office of Special Education and Rehabilitative Services
Federal Perspectives: Why Age of Majority IS a Big Deal
Dawn Rowe, National Technical Assistance Center for Transition
Getting Ready for the Age of Majority
Cathy Haarstad, Pathfinder Parent Center, North Dakota
What Parent Centers Bring to Age of Majority
Age of majority is the age when children legally become adults. At this time, they gain the rights of adults, which include the right to vote, marry, apply for a credit card, make medical and financial decisions for themselves, sign contracts, live independently, and much more. In most states the age of majority is age 18.
This webinar discusses:
Handouts for This Webinar
This webinar is based on the series of 4 tip sheets for parents just published on the Hub, a series that begins with Getting Ready for When Your Teen Reaches the Age of Majority: A Parent’s Guide. The series also includes:
SOURCE ARTICLE: Center for Parent Information and Resources
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