Meaningful Transitions: Setting Higher Standards
Students who receive special education services are entitled to transition supports and services. In New Hampshire, planning for these supports and services may begin when the student turns 14 or, if appropriate, even earlier. Join our panel as we explore how students with disabilities can work to actively plan for their futures and ensure that they leave high school with the necessary skills and experiences to make a successful transition into adulthood.
This webinar will be live captioned and ASL interpreted.
To learn more about transition services, personal experiences, and support in New Hampshire read the summer issue of the Disability RAPP (coming soon).
The Disability RAPP – The latest in Research Advocacy Policy and Practice- is a collaboration between the Disability Rights Center - New Hampshire, UNH Institute on Disability and the New Hampshire Council on Developmental Disabilities, distributed quarterly to educate community members and policymakers about the latest research, policy, practice, and advocacy issues affecting individuals with disabilities and their families.
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