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DisAbilities Advancement

Youth and adults with physical disabilities and with developmental or cognitive challenges are welcome in the Boy Scouts of America. Various accommodations exist to facilitate advancement. These youth do not need to join a special unit oriented to serving members with disabilities, although those units exist and may be beneficial in some cases. The severity of disability will indicate how members should be registered. See “Registering Qualified Members Beyond Age of Eligibility,” 10.1.0.0External Link.

Individual Scout Advancement Plan, No. 512-936

Request for Registration Beyond the Age of Eligibility, No. 512-935 External Link

Application for Alternative Eagle Scout Rank Merit Badges, No. 512-730

Advancement for Members with Special NeedsExternal Link

Cub Scouts With Disabilities - Chapter 17 - see QR code link

Cubs who Care - Wolf - See QR code link

Aware and Care - Weblos - See QR code link

 

http://www.scouting.org/Home/GuideToAdvancement.aspxExternal Link

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▪ Navigating the Eagle Scout Service Project; Information for Project Beneficiaries  

▪ 2016 Boy Scout Rank Requirements  

▪ 2016 Boy Scout Rank Requirements - Printable Insert  

▪ Eagle Scout Rank Application 2016, No. 512-728  

Eagle Scout Service Project Workbook, No. 512-927 External Link

 

http://meritbadge.org/wiki/index.php/Disabilities_AwarenessExternal Link

Boy Scout Disability Awareness Merit Badge

* Link - Redwood Empire Disability Awareness Merit Badge Counselors

* Link - Disability Awareness Merit Badge roll-sheet

         https://youtu.be/GRXA_9J8bAgExternal Link

http://www.scoutmasterbucky.com/Scoutmaster-Bucky-Merit-Badges-Disabilities-Awareness-ClassPrep.htmExternal Link

https://en.wikibooks.org/wiki/Scouting/BSA/Disabilities_Awareness_Merit_BadgeExternal Link

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