Be sure to mark your calendar for upcoming RSE-TASC training events!
This workshop is the final part of a three-part series on transition planning and assessments for student populations that have individual transition needs. This session will provide information on transition planning, transition assessments, and resources for youth whose postsecondary goals include entering the workforce immediately or shortly after exiting from high school. During this workshop, we will cover strategies for transition planning, postsecondary goals, entry-level employability skills, and transition assessments. Attendees will learn how to prepare students for a career…Find out more »
Transition planning and well-developed IEPs are critical to the success of students both in middle and high school, as well as during their adult lives. Join us for a two-day team-based workshop as we explore practices and strategies designed to help educators work more effectively with students. During this hands-on event, we will explore the components of transition planning, carefully identifying district responsibilities, as well as evidence-based practices and resources. We will also review assessments and other materials necessary to…Find out more »
THE FORUM: Housing Options and Funding Sources for Individuals with Intellectual and/or Developmental Disabilities
Welcome to The Forum - a group developed by school staff who serve students with developmental and intellectual disabilities. This session will include information on housing options and funding sources for individuals with intellectual and/or developmental disabilities. A presentation by Michele Lawton, Supervisor of Adult Services Navigation at WIHD, will include information on current housing options, funding options for housing, prerequisites to have in place before funding streams are available, services through the Office for People with Developmental Disabilities (OPWDD),…Find out more »
Inter-agency collaboration is an evidence-based practice in improving post-school outcomes for students with disabilities. It is a key component of a transition program that moves students from secondary settings (e.g., middle school/high school) to adult life, utilizing comprehensive transition planning and education that creates individualized opportunities, services, and supports to help students achieve their post school goals in education/training, employment, and independent living. Our mission is to improve transition plans and post-secondary outcomes for Putnam County youth and young adults…Find out more »