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Making a Smooth Transition from High School to Adult Living: Successful Collaboration

This webinar was held 5/16/2012

This webinar will help parents of youth with disabilities explore how to use the concept of collaboration to ensure their son or daughter’s transition to adulthood is as smooth as possible. Use this information on successful collaboration as your student develops plans to leave school, move into adulthood, and meet his or her employment, educational, and independent living goals. 

All students and their families benefit from collaboration – teamwork, group effort, and cooperation – between family, school, and others as they make the transition to adult life. Students with disabilities often require extra collaboration and support, sometimes for their entire lives. 

Presenters

Carolyn Anderson, PACER Center | Barb Ziemke, PACER Center | Sean Roy, PACER Center

Running Time

60 minutes

 

For project evaluation purposes, PACER may email webinar viewers a brief follow-up survey in 3 to 6 months.

Funded in part by the Minnesota Department of Education

 

Visit PACER's other sites: Teens Against Bullying | Kids Against Bullying | MN SEACs

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