Secondary Transition—an exciting adventure or a time of stress and anxiety? For students with disabilities, a positive transition depends on effective, secondary transition planning by a partnership among families, the school, higher education, training programs, employers, and community service providers.
Teachers and school personnel ease transitions by assisting students with disabilities in planning their future. Selection of appropriate, meaningful goals and development of the skills to achieve those goals are the focus of transition planning. But special education teachers often have too much on their plate to find the resources, lessons, and community partners to help them build the bridge between school programs and the opportunities in adult life.
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Parent and Family Volunteer Opportunity
Are you the parent, family member, or legal guardian of someone who experiences disability?
This invitation is being sent on behalf of the Oregon Department of Education, Office of Developmental Disabilities Services, and Vocational Rehabilitation. We are seeking parent and family volunteers to join state leaders on Oregon’s State Transition Agency Representatives (STAR) Council. To learn about the STAR Council and how you can be involved, please read the attached letter.
Ready to complete the survey, click this link: Parent/Family Volunteer Opportunity
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