While secondary transition must be incorporated into a child’s IEP when he or she turns 14, planning for transition should begin much earlier.
A story of a successful transition from high school to higher education by a student with an IEP.
Community Assessments help your students prepare for independent living in their communities by assessing and inventorying their independent living skills and plan for community living.
DSE/EIS WILL BRING ITS SECONDARY TRANSITION STRATEGY TO THE PLANNING
Meghan Rodo is like many 20-year-olds, leading a busy life with friends and her boyfriend, and planning for the day she can move out of her parents’ Reisterstown home and in with a roommate.
Meet Capri Brown and learn about how his experience at the Transition Education at Carroll Hospital (TEACH) program has made a difference in his life! Programs like TEACH help students of all abilities experience employment.
A Transition to Success Story: Talking to Kamal Williams on the phone, it is hard to believe he only left high school a year ago. His voice is smooth and articulate with the polish of a seasoned professional. As an Office Assistant at the University Of Maryland, Kamal thrives in the day-to-day chaos and flow […]
Charlotte Allston’s story is the kind of against the odds story motivational speakers dream of. It is the tale of taking the long road to triumph in an age of instant gratification. Today she is a typical college student attending Briar Cliff University. That of course is if you consider a student with a double […]
Transitions aren’t always easy. The question of how you help a child move from the sheltered world of childhood and adolescence to the world of independent adult life is a struggle for all parents. If you have ever tried to teach your teenager how to do laundry you’ve gotten a glimpse into the difficulty of […]
When Maryland Department of Disabilities Secretary of Disabilities Catherine Raggio needed a team to bring her vision of a four-year college-like program for students with intellectual disabilities to life, she came to Michele Wolff the Director of the Shriver Center at the University of Maryland, Baltimore County.