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Supporting Students with Disabilities in Making the Transition to Adult Life 0.2 IACET CEUs (MD004)


Description
How can I help make sure my students with disabilities make a successful transition from school to adult life? How do I create transition services that are based on the student's strengths, preferences, and interests? What are the differences between the IDEA and the Rehabilitation Act when it comes to transition services?

Gain the knowledge to create education and employment opportunities for students with disabilities after high school.

Teachers, counselors, parents and administration gain the knowledge to create education and employment opportunities for students with disabilities after high school. Learn what secondary transition teachers and VR counselors need to know in order to serve students and youth with disabilities in schools under the the IDEA and the Rehabilitation Act.

Gain valuable information about IDEA, ADA, and how WIOA applies to providing transition services to youth with disabilities in high school. Students with disabilities who have transition plans can achieve their goals more successfully than students who don't. Ensure your school is following the law and help students with disabilities to achieve their life goals more successfully.

Learning Outcomes & Agenda

Transition Planning: Opportunities and Programs to Prepare
- Education and Training Opportunities
- Dual or Concurrent Enrollment Program
- Summary of Performance
- Employment Opportunities

Transition Services and Requirements: IDEA and the Rehabilitation Act
- Transition Services for Students Under IDEA
- Transition Services for Students and Youth with Disabilities Under the Rehabilitation Act
- Coordination and Collaboration Between State Educational Agency (SEA) and VR Agency
- Youth with Disabilities No Longer in School

Options After Leaving Secondary School: Education and Employment Goals
- Postsecondary Education and Training Options
- Rights and Responsibilities in Postsecondary Education and Training
- Postsecondary Employment Options
- Types of Employment Outcomes Authorized Under the Rehabilitation Act

Supporting Student-Made Decisions: Preparation for Adult Life
- Setting High Expectations for Secondary School Students with Disabilities
- Person-Centered Planning
- Addressing Students' Social and Emotional Needs
- Providing the Student and Youth with Support to Make Their Decisions

The learner must reach at least 80% proficiency on all assessments given at the conclusion of the webinar in order to receive the CEUs. Please call Mike Dreiblatt at 802-362-5448 or email info@standuptobullying.net with any questions you might have.
Content
  • Supporting Students Video Presentation
  • Supporting Students Test
Completion rules
  • All units must be completed
  • Leads to a certification with a duration: 1 year