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IEP Transition Planning
 
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It’s never too early to start IEP transition planning for your child. Hear from Melody Musgrove, Ed.D., who served as director of the Office of Special Education Programs (OSEP) in the U.S. Department of Education from 2010 until 2016. Learn how to put together a successful IEP transition plan, covering everything from setting realistic IEP transition goals to preparing a young adult for post-transition services. Then learn more about the transition out of high school for kids with learning and attention issues at Understood.org.
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Planning for High School Students
 
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Please visit my website for the book: www.planningforstudents.com and get in touch if you'd like to get involved in helping young students plan out their future! Wishing you all the best, Jaclyn
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Transition Planning for Students on the Autism Spectrum: Practical Ideas for High School
 
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This presentation includes considerations and practical ideas for parents and professionals who are planning transitions for students with ASD from middle to high school. Please visit our website to download the accompanying materials, tools, and helpful templates: http://www.nwresdrelatedservices.org/video-resources.html
Postsecondary Transition Plan: Life After School for Special Education Students
 
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Click here for more https://www.audiosolutionz.com/education/post-secondary-transition-special-education-students.html Postsecondary Transition Plan: Life After School for Special Education Students This session by experts Hope Kirsch, M.A. (Ed.), Esq. and Lori Kirsch-Goodwin, Esq., provides a comprehensive overview of the post-secondary transition process for students with disabilities as they prepare to life after public school. Connect with us on Twitter: -https://twitter.com/SolutionzAudio Facebook: - https://www.facebook.com/AudioSolutionz Linkedin: -http://www.linkedin.com/company/audio-solutionz Google+:- https://plus.google.com/+Audiosolutionz1/posts
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Transition Planning
 
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Special Education Transition
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Transition Planning
 
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IEP Transition Planning
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Transitional Planning
 
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This video is a discussion on the importance of transitional planning for students with disabilities at multiple points in their lives. Transcript : Hello, my name is Tiffani Watkins and today we are going to talk about the importance of transitional planning for students with disabilities and why it is time to start this planning at any age that suits the child. Transisiton planning. When we see these two words placed together in the IEP world, we think job training. We also think of a student who is around 14 years old or just starting high school usually. According to IDEA Section 300.29— Transition services means a coordinated set of activities for a student with a disability that- Is designed within an outcome-oriented process that promotes movement from school to post-school activities, including post-secondary education, vocational training, integrated employment independent living, or community participation. This is going to be based on the individual student's needs, taking into account the student's preferences and interests; It is important to note that Transition services for students with disabilities may be special education, such as a life skills class setting. IEPs are a legally binding document that is put into place for a student with the help of professional and family input to ensure they have a successful time in schooling. However, with the confusion on when transitional planning should start, can we really say students are being set up for success when they are not receiving the proper tools they need to acquire the skills to be independent adults after high school? Professionals in the education world tend to forget that transitions happen for students at various stages in their lives, not just post high school. Some students need planning for what their transition from elementary school to middle school is going to look like. Middle school, starting puberty, and entering adolescence is a difficult time for most children with or without a disability as noted by Knowles in 2000. This is a confusing time in their lives where many safety nets that were once present in elementary school drastically disappear all at once. Say students don’t receive this support in their IEP. Now what? As discussed by the Wrightslaw Way, an important goal of transition is to reduce the number of children with disabilities who drop out of school. As educators and parents we need to ensure students are getting what they need when they need it. If you as a parents feel that your child needs transitional planning at an earlier age then by all means say something. Too many students are falling through the cracks because they are not receiving the services they have the right to. So be an advocate and let’s help our students be an advocate for themselves.
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Making a Smooth Transition from High School to Adult Living: Successful Collaboration
 
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This webinar was held 5/16/2012 This webinar will help parents of youth with disabilities explore how to use the concept of collaboration to ensure their son or daughter's transition to adulthood is as smooth as possible. Use this information on successful collaboration as your student develops plans to leave school, move into adulthood, and meet his or her employment, educational, and independent living goals. All students and their families benefit from collaboration -- teamwork, group effort, and cooperation -- between family, school, and others as they make the transition to adult life. Students with disabilities often require extra collaboration and support, sometimes for their entire lives. Presenters Carolyn Anderson, PACER Center | Barb Ziemke, PACER Center | Sean Roy, PACER Center Running Time: 60 minutes Funded in part by the Minnesota Department of Education
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Webinar: Transition Planning and Pathways for Students Transitioning to Post Secondary
 
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For secondary students with learning disabilities (LDs), planning for the transition to post-secondary is an important and multi-faceted process. This webinar explores the various components of, and considerations for, the transition planning process and will cover a variety of topics. The webinar begins with a discussion on why planning for transition is important, with a review of key Ministry documents, including Policy/Program Memorandum No. 156: Supporting Transitions for Students with Special Education Need and Policy/Program Memorandum No. 8: Identification of and Program Planning for Students with Learning Disabilities. Additionally, the roles of the Individual Education Plan (IEP) and the Individual Transition Plan (ITP) are discussed. The next section of the webinar addresses: Transition pathways – further education, employment, and community life; the core skills required for accessing each pathway; assumed level of independence for pathways (self-advocacy and student involvement); individualized pathway planning; the role of the Transition Advisory Committee; and existing community supports. Additionally, this section of the webinar examines what student services look like at the post-secondary level as well as the statistics on unemployment and dropout rates for youth with disabilities. The webinar concludes with a review of the many resources available to assist with transition planning, e.g. “Transition Planning: A Resource Guide”, “Growing Together”, sample transition plans, etc., followed by a question & answer period. Ryan Machete is the Transitions Facilitator for the Peel District School Board (PDSB). Ryan works with students in special education of all ages and designations, both identified and non-identified. His role is to ensure that by connecting schools and families with community partners and resources, the student is able to make a successful transition into adulthood in any of the pathways (employment, post-secondary, and community). Ryan was a Job Developer with the Coalition for Persons with Disabilities before working with the school board for over 5 years. He also coordinated the Work Readiness Program, and Student Transition Program in partnership with the PDSB during that time.
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Riding Through Transition
 
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"Riding Through Transition" is the third feature of a FREE three-part series presented by PATH Intl. Certified Registered Instructor and University of Oklahoma Zarrow Center for Learning Enrichment doctoral scholar Andrea Suk, M.S.Ed. Topics covered in the third presentation tilted, "Riding Through Transition," will cover how to meet transition needs of youths within your program, highlight advantages to creating a transition program at your location and examine important considerations in executing your own program. Andrea obtained her bachelor's degree as a learning behavior specialist from Bradley University. She has taught in both Illinois and Arizona as a high school special education teacher where she also quickly developed the role of preparing students for careers after graduation. Upon completing her master's degree in transition through the University of Kansas, she became a transition specialist in Texas. During this time, Andrea completed more than 150 transition plans for students in both high school and middle school settings. Andrea has received distinct recognition for her leadership as the ACE (Architecture, Construction and Engineering mentor group for high school students) mentor of the year in Phoenix, the Walmart Teacher of the Year (Glendale, AZ), and is a Target Grant Field Trip recipient.
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Transition Planning
 
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Programming & Transition Planning
 
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How are we working collaboratively with families and schools to ensure that all students are receiving appropriate programming? In response to the Minister’s Action Plan for Education, and the recent Individualized Program Planning (IPP) Review, HRSB’s Program Planning Specialists are working closely with schools to deepen their understanding of the Program Planning Process. (https://studentservices.ednet.ns.ca/sites/default/files/program-planning-process.pdf ) The purpose is to ensure that all students are receiving appropriate programming. School teams work with families – and the students themselves – in order to gather valuable information about the students’ strengths, challenges and interests. This allows for teachers to create meaningful and engaging learning experiences for each student that honour their life experiences and cultural backgrounds. Rosella Winship and Angela Thorpe are two of HRSB’s Program Planning Specialists. In this video, they explain the importance of collaboration between home, school and community – everyone who is responsible for teaching a student.
Transition and the Student with Special Needs
 
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Learn about the planning process for a student with special needs to transition from school to post-school starts at age 12 and is required to be in place at age 15, the transition requirements and options for the student with special needs. This information has been developed by Littman Krooks LLP. The information is not intended to, and does not, constitute legal advice. If you are in need of legal advice, you should consult with an attorney regarding the specific facts and circumstances of your matter. These webinars will provide current information on a variety of topics pertinent to Special Education Advocacy and Special Needs Planning. Two leading attorneys in this field host these webinars. As we move through the series, the information presented in one webinar will build on the information presented in previous ones. Register for the next part in our special education webinar series by clicking here: http://www.specialneedsnewyork.com/special_education_webinar_series/ or visit our website www.specialneedsnewyork.com for more information about our legal services. Viewing the content of this video does not create an attorney-client relationship, nor does it indicate an intent or agreement to represent any particular party. If you are seeking legal representation, please contact Littman Krooks LLP, directly. Representations are made on a case-by-case basis are not entered into until a written agreement has been signed by both parties. This video may not be reproduced without the express permission of Littman Krooks LLP.
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Overview of the Transition Planning Process
 
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PACER advocate Carolyn Anderson discusses the concept of “transition in the IEP" and the secondary transition planning process for a student with a disability on an IEP. She highlights that this time of discovery is based on the student's strengths, interests, and long-range goals for life after high school.
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Dude, Where's My Transition Plan? Interviews
 
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Transitioning to adulthood takes planning for individuals with disabilities. Young adults in Tennessee and Kentucky share a little about where they are in the transition process and steps they're taking to make their dreams come true. Family Voices of Tennessee and the Kentucky Commission for Children with Special Health Care Needs Family to Family Health Information Center completed these interviews. Visit us online at: www.tndisability.org/familyvoices and www.kyf2f.com
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Transition Planning for Post-Secondary Education
 
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The Future is Bright: Keys to Successful Post High School Transition - Information for Families. 3rd in a series of three: Transition Planning for Post-Secondary Education: How to prepare to meet post-secondary goals and make connections to support services.
2015-05 Inderstanding the Law and Transition Planning Process
 
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May 19, 2015 The law and process regarding the transition of students in the care or custody of the Commonwealth to independent living, employment, and community participation offer great opportunities, but they can also be challenging to navigate. Leslie Leslie, Project Coordinator at the Federation for Children with Special Needs, and Janie Crecco, RTSC Training and Support Specialist at the Federation, will explain how to use the transition planning process to help prepare your student for life after high school.
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Disabled students transition to life after high school with
 
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Transitioning to life after high school is tough enough and it can be even more challenging for students with disabilities.
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2017-03 Transition Planning for Students with Disabilities
 
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Presenter: Nancy Mader, CRC, Director of Transition Projects at the Federation for Children with Special Needs. Nancy received her undergraduate degree at the University of Wyoming and her graduate degree in Rehab Counseling at the University of Northern Colorado. Prior to coming to the 351Federation, she worked for seven years at Easter Seals in Boston as Manager of Employment and Training.
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Introducing Special Education Transition to Students and Parents Episode 59
 
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If you’d like to receive our Episode 59 bonus PDF on introducing transition to special education students and parents, click this link http://tensigma.org/episode59bonus As educators and adults, we know the importance of preparing students for their transition from high school to adult life. Introducing students and parents to Transition and helping them to understand how Transition planning fits into the IEP is very important. Here are a couple of suggestions on how to introduce the topic of Transition to students: • Have the students complete and informal or casual assessment that includes interest inventories or preference surveys. These assessments are generally perceived as fun activities and can also be used as an age appropriate assessment which are required by IDEA and Indicator 13. The results of the assessments can be used to start conversations with students in the future. • Have the student do activities such as interviewing an adult regarding transition topics like employment or education and training experiences. • Have the student do Internet research on a job or career they might be interested in. • Have discussions with students regarding important vocabulary such as post-secondary, transition plan, what IEP stands for, what is a resume, what is competitive employment, advocate, etc. • Interview a student which helps to build rapport with students and start conversations. In addition to starting this conversation with students, it is important that special educators introduce Transition to parents. Here are a couple of suggestions for how to do that: • Develop a letter or brochure that explains Transition to parents before the student’s first Transition IEP. Be sure to include the IEP agenda, explanations of important Transition related vocabulary, their role in this process, and possibly a questionnaire or survey related to their child’s wants, interests, strengths, and needs related to employment, education and training, and independent living. If you choose to use a survey or questionnaire, we suggest asking the parent(s) to return the survey before the IEP meeting and in enough time for teachers to review the feedback and be able to discuss it in the IEP meeting. • Consider offering a “Transition Night” where you can invite Transition age students and their parents to come and learn more about Transition. • Consider drafting an email or newsletter that can be sent to parents explaining Transition, rights, and resources. As part of each episode of Transition Tuesday, we provide additional tips, teacher tools, and resources related to the topics we cover. For this week’s bonus, Ten Sigma is providing a pdf that contains links to sample transition orientation letters, brochures, and questionnaires and inventories, which you can access by clicking the link at the top of this description. To learn more about Ten Sigma’s educational resources for teachers or parents, please visit our website http://tensigma.org and you can also connect with us on social media at: Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/Ten-Sigma-1572734446323526 Twitter - https://twitter.com/Ten_Sigma LinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/company/ten-sigma If you know anyone else who would benefit from the information we share in these videos, please share this video and invite them to visit http://transitiontuesday.org We hope you enjoyed this episode and that you use this information on introducing Transition to students and parents.
Views: 547 Ten Sigma
Transition Planning for Students on the Autism Spectrum: Practical Ideas for Middle School
 
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This presentation includes considerations and practical ideas for parents and professionals who are planning transitions of students from elementary to middle school. Please visit our website to download the accompanying materials and helpful tools:http://www.nwresdrelatedservices.org/autism-services.html
Mock IEP Meeting:  Transition Planning
 
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A mock IEP meeting with a deaf eleventh-grade student named Luke who uses both spoken English and American Sign Language (ASL). Attending the IEP meeting is Luke, his mother (Mary), a school administrator (Susan Lane-Outlaw), Luke's teacher (Anna Paulson), and an interpreter (Susan Boinis). The main topic of this IEP meeting is to prepare for Luke's transition to college after he graduates from high school. The video transcript, as well as the rest of the webinar series, can be found at https://mn.gov/deaf-commission/advocacy-issues/education/iep-discussion-guide/webinars/
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Transition Planning in High School, What does it get me?
 
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This is a training developed and recorded by the Northwest Arkansas Community Parent Resource Center about the transition from high school for people that have various disabilities or special needs.
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Transition Planning
 
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Students will log onto California Career Zone and complete the "Get a Reality Check" activity.
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Transition planning
 
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Teens must plan what to do after high school: The Process is called Transition Planning
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Transition Planning Inventory
 
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Jenny and Desha's Education 622
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Chapter 2 - Planning for Success After High School: Transition Tools
 
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How to fill your transition toolbox. For teachers, counselors and administrators working with youth with IEPs transitioning to or currently enrolled in high school. Click on the following links for video workshop handouts. STEP Transition Toolkit links http://www.tnstep.org/uploads/files/Handout%201-%20STEP%20Transition%20Toolkit%20links.pdf Dude, Where's My Transition Plan Book http://www.tnstep.org/uploads/files/Handout%202%20-%20Dude%20Transition%20Book%20-%20Final.pdf Dream Building Activity Cards Information Sheet http://www.tnstep.org/uploads/files/Handout%203%20-%20Dream%20Building%20Activity%20Cards%20Information%20Sheet.pdf Community Transition Guide http://www.tnstep.org/uploads/files/Handout%204%20A%20-%20Transition-Guide-Final-Community.pdf Dropout Prevention Transition Guide http://www.tnstep.org/uploads/files/Handout%204%20B%20-%20Transition-Guide-Final-Dropout-Prevent.pdf Employment Transition Guide http://www.tnstep.org/uploads/files/Handout%204%20C%20-%20Transition-Guide-Final-Employment.pdf College Transition Guide http://www.tnstep.org/uploads/files/Handout%204%20D%20-%20Transition-Guide-Final-Further-Ed-College.pdf Further Education Transition Guide http://www.tnstep.org/uploads/files/Handout%204%20E%20-%20Transition-Guide-Final-Further-Education.pdf Job Seeking Transition Guide http://www.tnstep.org/uploads/files/Handout%204%20F%20-%20Transition-Guide-Final-Job-Seeking.pdf Parents Role Transition Guide http://www.tnstep.org/uploads/files/Handout%204%20G%20-%20Transition-Guide-Final-Parents-Role.pdf Self-Advocacy Transition Guide http://www.tnstep.org/uploads/files/Handout%204%20H%20-%20Transition-Guide-Final-Self-Advocacy.pdf Self-Directed IEP Transition Guide http://www.tnstep.org/uploads/files/Handout%204%20I%20-%20Transition-Guide-Final-Self-Directed-IEPs.pdf Transition Matters Update http://www.tnstep.org/uploads/files/Handout%204%20J%20-%20Transition%20Matters%20info%20Blake%20Shearer.pdf Work-Based Learning: FAQ for Special Education http://www.tnstep.org/uploads/files/Handout%205%20-%20WBL_faq_special_education.pdf TennesseeWorks.org http://www.tennesseeworks.org/ ONETonline.org https://www.onetonline.org/ Transition Assessment and Goal Generator (TAGG) Overview http://www.tnstep.org/uploads/files/Handout%208%20%20-%20TAGG%20Overview.pdf Transition Assessment and Goal Generator (TAGG) Sample Pages https://tagg.ou.edu/tagg/tagg-files/samples.pptx Getting Started: Help Your Child with a Learning Disability Be More Independent with Assistive Technology (AT) http://ctdinstitute.org/sites/default/files/file_attachments/Getting%20Started%2C%20Helping%20your%20child%20with%20a%20learning%20disability%20be%20more%20independent%20with%20AT.pdf Help Your Young Adult Learn About Accessing Accommodations After High School http://www.pacer.org/transition/resource-library/publications/NPC-18.pdf Making the Move to High School: Tips for Parents of Students with Developmental or Intellectual Disabilities http://www.pacer.org/transition/resource-library/publications/NPC-24.pdf Transition to Adulthood: Where Do We Start? http://www.pacer.org/transition/resource-library/publications/NPC-22.pdf Documents to Keep for Youth Transitioning to Adult Life http://www.pacer.org/transition/resource-library/publications/NPC-33.pdf A Guide to Assessing College Readiness for Parents of College-Bound Children with Learning Disabilities or AD/HD https://www.iidc.indiana.edu/styles/iidc/defiles/INSTRC/Webinars/College-Readiness_Assessment.pdf Independent Living Post-secondary Goal - IEP Team Decision Assistance Form http://transitioncoalition.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/03/Independent-Living-Decision-Assistance-Form.pdf The Guideposts for Success: A Framework for Families Preparing Youth for Adulthood http://www.ncwd-youth.info/sites/default/files/infobrief_36.pdf Differences Between High School and College Accommodation for Students with Disabilities http://www.wcupa.edu/viceProvost/ussss/ossd/documents/Differences_Between_HS_and_College_for_Students_with_Disabilities.pdf
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Transition Plan: Elementary to Middle School
 
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This is a guide to ease the transition from elementary school to middle school, for students, parents, and teachers.-- Created using PowToon -- Free sign up at http://www.powtoon.com/ . Make your own animated videos and animated presentations for free. PowToon is a free tool that allows you to develop cool animated clips and animated presentations for your website, office meeting, sales pitch, nonprofit fundraiser, product launch, video resume, or anything else you could use an animated explainer video. PowToon's animation templates help you create animated presentations and animated explainer videos from scratch. Anyone can produce awesome animations quickly with PowToon, without the cost or hassle other professional animation services require.
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TRANSITION PLANNING
 
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Funny simulation of a transition planning meeting between a parent and administrator.
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Transition Planning
 
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Big T and small t transitions for students with special needs.
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Person-Centered Transition Planning
 
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In this webcast David Wiley talks about the benefits of Person-Centered Planning and how this tool can benefit students and their families as they prepare for transition from school-to-work. He also talks about ways to prepare students for transition and participation in transition planning. Also in this webcast, two parents — Sandy Mack (Rhode Island) and Mary Hancock (Florida)share their experiences related to each of their respective sons. Chapters: 1 — Introduction; 2 — Person-Centered Planning vs. System-Centered Planning; 3 — Preparing the Student to Participate in Transition Planning; 4 — Gathering Input for the Person-Centered Transition Plan; 5 — Conclusions.
Post High School Educational Transition Goal Planning
 
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This is a presentation by Special Education Case Manager, Julia Morris, from the San Diego County Office of Education
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College Planning for Students with Disabilities on Episode 47 of Transition Tuesday
 
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If you’d like to receive our bonuses on college planning for students with disabilities, please visit http://tensigma.org/episode47bonus. Many special education teachers have students who are able to attend some type of college or postsecondary education. According to the National Center for Education Statistics, about 11% of all postsecondary students report having some form of a disability, which translates into about 2.4 million postsecondary students. Because of this and important laws like ADA (Americans with Disabilities Act) and Section 504, there is a growing number of postsecondary schools that are providing quality facilities and services to students with disabilities. There are many things that special education teachers can do to help their students prepare for life after high school (including college). Here is a list of ten tips to help students plan and prepare for college: 1. Start preparing students early by helping them to explore their strengths, needs, and options 2. Develop an appropriate IEP (including helping them to attend courses that align with their plans and understanding the possible impact of course waivers) 3. Keep their educational accommodations documentation up-to-date 4. Continuously teach students the skills to advocate for themselves (disability awareness, needs, strengths, and accommodations) 5. Provide opportunities for students to develop their social skills in as many ways as possible 6. Teach students strategies to manage stress 7. Give students long-term assignments which require them to break down the tasks into steps and to learn and apply productive study habits 8. Teach test taking skills which help them with entrance and placement test and postsecondary tests 9. Have students research postsecondary options including degrees, certifications, services, accommodations, and locations 10. Provide resources to families to learn about financial aid, school websites, questions to ask, etc. There are many things special education teachers, parents, and members of the IEP team can do to support students in identifying and reaching their postsecondary goals for education and training. As a bonus for each episode of Transition Tuesday, we provide resources and tools to help implement the topics we cover. This week, we are sharing two resources including a link to a pdf on college planning for students with disabilities along with a website that shares some important information on top higher education school and accommodations. To learn more about educational resources for teachers or parents, please visit our website http://tensigma.org and you can also connect with us on social media at Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/Ten-Sigma-1572734446323526 Twitter - https://twitter.com/Ten_Sigma LinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/company/ten-sigma If you know anyone else who would benefit from the information we share in these videos, please share this video or send them to http://transitiontuesday.org so they can access to our weekly trainings and bonus resources. We hope you use this information and the bonuses to help prepare your special education students for college.
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Transition Planning Conference, Part 2:  Transition Process
 
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This video series was developed by parents, early intervention, and early childhood personnel to provide information as you approach your child’s transition from Early Intervention services to early childhood services. We hope it will be useful to you and your family.
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Transition Planning
 
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First of a series explainig the basic do's and don'ts of individual transition planning
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TASK Frequently Asked Questions: Individual Transition Plans
 
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What information should an Individual Transition Plan for students in special education include?
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Transition Planning Video
 
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Special Education 668
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Transition Planning for Students with ASD
 
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Transition Planning for Students with ASD
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Individual Transition Plan
 
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This Explain Everything clip demonstrates part of the process I use when developing ITPs for students with IEPs. The first half goes through what an ITP is and the second half starts career explorations and basic financial responsibilities. This is my first attempt at a screencast!
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Transition Planning
 
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Preparing teens for adulthood.
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Transition Requirement (Indicator 13) Measurable Postsecondary Goals:  Essential Elements
 
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Essential elements of a measurable post secondary goal. For more resources for planning for life after high school for students, educators and parents, see: http://nextsteps-nh.org. In 2010 Dr. Ed O’Leary and Dr. Steve Bigaj recorded 17 short interviews on many elements of the transition-driven IEP process and Indicator 13 IEP requirements. The interviews provide clear, high-level overviews that capture the essence of good transition planning. The videos appear on the appropriate reference pages as well. Dr. Ed O'Leary has spent over 40 years working in and with schools as a secondary special education teacher, special education consultant, transition specialist, work experience coordinator, program specialist, and program director. He has also taught at the graduate and undergraduate level and has worked in Vocational Rehabilitation. He has trained and presented nationally on the transition requirements and has developed an approach in helping districts and states meet the transition requirements and demonstrate improvement and results. The Transition Outcomes Project (TOPs) has been implemented in 28 states/territories and over 1,500 districts. Dr. O’Leary operates his own consulting firm, Cutting EdJ Consulting, Inc. In that capacity he provides training and technical assistance, as well as speaking about secondary special education and transition service issues to educators, adult agencies, and parents across the United States.
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Secondary Transition webinar featuring Michael Stoehr
 
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The transition from high school to young adulthood is a critical stage for all teenagers; for students with disabilities, this stage requires extra planning and goal setting. Factors to consider include post-secondary education, the development of career and vocational skills, as well as the ability to live independently. The first step in planning for a successful transition is developing the student's transition plan. This webinar featuring Michael Stoehr, Lead Educational Consultant for Post-Secondary Transition with PaTTAN, will give you ideas on how to get started in preparing your child for their post-secondary goals. Once you've finished watching the webinar please take a moment and complete this survey to give us valuable feedback. https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/ycycevaluation
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Transition Requirement (Indicator 13) Agency Participation-Meaningful Agency Participation
 
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Are schools inviting outside agencies, and what are the factors hindering meaningful agency participation? For more resources for planning for life after high school for students, educators and parents, see: http://nextsteps-nh.org. In 2010 Dr. Ed O’Leary and Dr. Steve Bigaj recorded 17 short interviews on many elements of the transition-driven IEP process and Indicator 13 IEP requirements. The interviews provide clear, high-level overviews that capture the essence of good transition planning. The videos appear on the appropriate reference pages as well. Dr. Ed O'Leary has spent over 40 years working in and with schools as a secondary special education teacher, special education consultant, transition specialist, work experience coordinator, program specialist, and program director. He has also taught at the graduate and undergraduate level and has worked in Vocational Rehabilitation. He has trained and presented nationally on the transition requirements and has developed an approach in helping districts and states meet the transition requirements and demonstrate improvement and results. The Transition Outcomes Project (TOPs) has been implemented in 28 states/territories and over 1,500 districts. Dr. O’Leary operates his own consulting firm, Cutting EdJ Consulting, Inc. In that capacity he provides training and technical assistance, as well as speaking about secondary special education and transition service issues to educators, adult agencies, and parents across the United States.