What's After High School? - Training on Transition

What's After High School? - Training on Transition
This is the image for the news article titled What's After High School? - Training on TransitionRegister by November 8. Families with children ages 14-21 and providers and school staff who work with young adults with special needs are welcome to attend a training called "What's After High School?" at Waterloo School District.

"What's After High School?" is a broad overview of the transition to adult life for young adults with disabilities and special needs.Topics will include:
  • planning for the future
  • the role of schools
  • long-term supports
  • vocational resources
  • moving into adult health care
  • supported decision making & guardianship
  • basics of self-determination

The training is free. A meal and resource binder will be provided.

Online Registration: wahs11-13-19.eventbrite.com
For questions call 414-266-3188 or email [email protected].

Register by November 8 to guarantee your meal and binder!

This training is co-sponsored by Family Voices of Wisconsin, the Southeast Regional Center for Children and Youth with Special Health Care Needs and the Waterloo School District.

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