Kit Casey, MA, LMHC
Kit provides leadership in transition planning for students with disabilities as a specialist in the Lower Hudson RSE-TASC. Through trainings, on-site
consultation and presentations at national and regional conferences, she shares her expertise on topics ranging from transition assessments, work-based
learning, community agencies, graduation options, Career Development and Occupational Studies and Skills Achievement credentials, IEP
transition goals, and transition planning for families. She has organized Transition Fairs for staff, students and families to learn about adult agencies
and training programs. Prior to joining the RSE-TASC, Kit was a coordinator of clinical and support services at a school for the deaf, a vocational
rehabilitation counselor, a coordinator of transitional services, and a deafness employment specialist. She has been published in the Journal of
Rehabilitation and The Silent News.