National Resources for Teens with Disabilities

Students ages 14 or in the 8th grade are invited to their IEP meetings.  This is the time when the IEP  team begins including additional goals and activities to support your child’s transition from high school into the adult world.


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National Collaborative on Workforce and Disability - NCWD
NICHCY - Fact sheets about educational planning around transition issues encountered from school to adulthood and the importance of youth and parent involvement.
Center for Parent Information and Resources - Info on Transition and Post-High School Resources
National Technical Assistance Center on Transition (NTACT)

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