For Students and Youth with Disabilities. From the U.S. Department of Education.
“More and more high school students with disabilities are planning to continue their education in postsecondary schools, including vocational and career schools, two- and four- year colleges, and universities. As a student with a disability, you need to be well informed about your rights and responsibilities as well as the responsibilities postsecondary schools have toward you. Being well informed will help ensure you have a full opportunity to enjoy the benefits of the postsecondary education experience without confusion or delay.”
A summary and index of transition services prepares students to move from school to the world of adulthood. See IDEA requirements and the importance of planning ahead.
“Once isolated, graduate with autism finishes on top. School was something Holt wanted to escape, and a couple of times, he tried.”
Planning My Way to Work is a guide for students with disabilities and their families to help you navigate services and community resources on your path from school to work.
Keynote speech in Austin, Texas. Temple Grandin addresses reforms needed to make our education system benefit children of all abilities.”
Students with disabilities often find it daunting to contemplate their next steps after high school. See Next Steps Live After Special Ed.
Now Open! The Eugene Transition Clinic is here to help adolescents and young adults transition from school to adulthood. Make an appointment for an individual assessment today!
School-based model designed to provide educators and parents with resources to assist them in improving the long-term employment outcomes of youth. Lesson plans and guidance For teachers, families, students.
Highline Library blog with suggested reading, viewing, links, podcasts, ebooks.